Save Dynamix Skatepark

Save Dynamix Skatepark

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Jayne Caldwell started this petition to gateshead city council

This is a huge impact on our community that will affect so many children and young adults who's main enjoyment is visiting this indoir skatepark.

The community of skating/skooter riding is a huge and growing passtime and is even becoming an official sport and may evrn become part of Athletics in the besr future, already with profesdionsl competitions taking place etc.

Also, it is one of the main options versus children being on the street, they have somewhere also in the winter months to enjoy constructively.

The community of skating and scooting is full of respectful comradery.  This is such an opportunity for children to also learn respectful ways with eachother.  Dynamix has always been highly supportive of this etiquette for their community, even offering youngsters first job opportunities in such a constructive way.

More investment vs less would bring people far and wide to take part in skillful competitions.  It would encourage more children into this up and coming sport.  It's a perfect safe place for chilsren to go during the colder seasons.  It's becoming kbown also for fun childrens parties.  The park is also moving into trampolining, ariel, gymnastics etc.  With the right investment, it couls become a fastastic place for our children.

An example of a youngster who began riding at Dynamix as a hobby, became a volunteer helping others and now has become one of the best well known BMX riders in the UK is Kieran Reilly - check out his Instagram at kieranbmxreilly.  He is successfully making a living with sponsorships and competitions and doing really well.  Dynamix was his start.

Please help us save Dynamix!!!

Ciaran Caldwell (aged 16)

Also began riding scooters as a hobby and have worked as a volunteer helping younger children etc.

My instagram feed is: ciarann__caldwell

 

 

 

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