A campaign to build an outdoor skatepark for youngsters in Bramley has been launched.
Led by local resident Liam Walker, the campaign asks Leeds West MP Rachel Reeves to help deliver a new concrete skatepark for local youngsters. It’s understood Bramley Park is a potential venue.
So far an online petition has attracted 37 names – and more people are being urged to support it.
Mr Walker said:
“We want to give our children a place to go and be creative and have fun, and give them something they want and need.
“We want to create a dedicated place for skateboarders, BMXers and scooters to ride.
“It will mean one place for all of these people to come together and use the facility, for free. For lots of people, spending time at the skatepark will be something cool to do that doesn’t cost any money. For our community, having a great skatepark will serve to show the region that we understand how to engage our young adults.”
The petition can be viewed and signed here.