Meeting in Paradise

PUBLISHED: 11:13 12 July 2007 | UPDATED: 12:39 04 May 2010

ELY S Paradise Centre skate park is to be dismantled, but youngsters will still be encouraged to meet at the site. City councillors have decided to remove the equipment after the new £80,000-plus skatepark opened in St John s Road. But they are anxious to

ELY'S Paradise Centre skate park is to be dismantled, but youngsters will still be encouraged to meet at the site.

City councillors have decided to remove the equipment after the new £80,000-plus skatepark opened in St John's Road.

But they are anxious to ensure that the land can continue to be used by teenagers as a meeting place and are considering installing seating.


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