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Boards ‘n’ Blades @ Bishopdale

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11 December 2003

Boards ‘n’ Blades @ Bishopdale

Ever wanted to learn to Grind, Fish Brain or Spin on the ramp?

All those budding young skaties and bladers need to get down to the Bishopdale Skate Park this summer. A series of awesome workshops will by run by the fab staff at Cheapskates for local youth.

Workshops will be held on 19 December, 12 January, 16 January and 21 January and all run from 10.00 am – 2.00 pm. At each workshop there is an opportunity for either boarding and blading with all the latest moves on show. The cost is just $5 per workshop.

Be in quick, places are limited and they are filling up fast. Registrations are essential. Organised by Christchurch City Council Leisure and supported by the Fendalton/Waimairi Community Board.


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