Due to COVID-19 restrictions, the way we operate at the skatepark has had to change. 

Bear with us, we’re hoping this won’t go on for long, we will be reviewing our new systems at the end of the summer holidays,  but this is what to expect when you visit for the moment:


We are hoping to reopen on Monday 27th July. 


To ride at the park, you now have to book and pay for a session online, using our website booking system. This is to ensure that we have a limited number of people in the park at any one time and we can stick to social distancing rules. Please book carefully as bookings cannot be altered or cancelled, and no refunds will be given.


Membership holders should book as normal using the online portal system. Unfortunately, at this time Annual Memberships are no longer being offered. Any current members will be given free entry vouchers up to the value of what remains of your subscription; please enquire at the park. 


When you arrive at the park for your session, there will be a queueing system in place to keep everyone safe. Please look out for this when you get here. No spectators will be allowed entrance to the park under the current guidelines. 

Unfortunately we are unable to hire scooters, or lend safety equipment (helmets and pads etc) : please make sure that you bring your own.


The café will still be open but the layout of the lounge has changed to allow for social distancing. We would prefer you to use contactless payment for café purchases but we will still accept cash when necessary.


Under 11s Sessions - parents/guardians are still required to supervise their children during the sessions but we ask that you adhere to one adult per child, to keep numbers down. Parents spectating still get free entry. Due to the booking system, the Loyalty Card scheme has been suspended until further notice. 


Over 11 parents are asked to drop off and pick up, or wait in the car park, and will unfortunately not be allowed access to the indoor skatepark area. As always, you must be registered to ride at the park; the online registration form can be found on the home page of our website. 


We’ll be providing hand gel and sanitising stations in different areas of the park, and making sure that everything is kept extra clean. In the case of any injuries, our staff will use PPE equipment when administering first aid. 


Skateboard England have published guidelines to help skateparks open safely during this difficult time. Here’s a link to the information:



It is important to remind everyone that if you are unwell, and/or are presenting symptoms of COVID-19 please DO NOT come to the skatepark. We reserve the right to take temperatures of any attendees, and also refuse entry for medical grounds if we deem it necessary. 

We’re looking forward to seeing everyone soon.


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