Save Ramps Skatepark!

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Annie McGowan
Oct 10, 2021
We want the skatepark to survive

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Nicole Riley
Sep 11, 2021
I think it's important that young people have somewhere to go amd enjoy themselves while doing so exercise

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simon Tre
Aug 21, 2021
I believe children should have safe spaces where they can skate and play.

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Ben Wilkinson
Aug 20, 2021
Well managed skate parks are an essential in today’s society, providing a safe space for practitioners of alternative sports, acting as a hub for building positive relationships, building both physical and mental skills whilst also being an incredible influence on the mental health of riders of all ages. Ramps Skatepark has always provided this for their local (and wider) community and losing this will be a great loss for the area. Please consider strongly the negative implications of allowing this thriving community and facility to cease to exist.

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Debbie Lewis
Aug 20, 2021
This a very important sport to so many . A great way for people to get together to teach, mix & learn how to encourage & suport. Why take something away that worked for so many?

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Clare Jonws
Aug 20, 2021
My daughter is able to be herself in this awesome setting where everyone is equal and non judgmental. This place is so needed.

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Arwen Hilton
Aug 16, 2021
This is a great facility for the young people of Swansea that they shouldn't be denied.

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Gillian Wallbridge
Aug 16, 2021
our young people need safe outlets for their energy and the skateboard fraternity also offers support and friendship to them

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Susan Bailey
Aug 15, 2021
We need opportunities for kids to excel in the sports they love.

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Mike Rhys Jones
Aug 14, 2021
James Jones born and bread in Swansea, who has just returned from Tokyo in the Olympics has to travel to Cardiff 4/5 days a week a Swansea has no facilities. We should be building 3 of these not stopping the only one!