Rothamsted Skatepark Redevelopment Project

by Lisa Scriven in Harpenden, , United Kingdom

Total raised £750

raised so far

+ est. £172.50 Gift Aid

18

supporters

PARC need to raise £250 000 to redevelop Rothamsted Skatepark and we need the community to help us reach this target.

by Lisa Scriven in Harpenden, , United Kingdom

PARC is a Harpenden-based charity (Registration no. 1179147) that was initially set up to raise funds to rebuild Rothamsted Play Park.  This project was completed in 2021 and the play park is now a much loved and well utilised hub for local families.  

Following this success, PARC are continuing their strong partnership with Harpenden Town Council to replace the skatepark situated in Rothamsted Park, adjacent to the Leisure Centre.  The existing skatepark is comprised of steel ramps that are corroded and at end of life.  The project will deliver a concrete moulded facility that will serve all ages and abilities and all wheeled activities including; skateboards, rollerskates, scooters, bicycles and wheelchairs.  The facility will be open year-round and will be free to use.  We hope that it will bring people together and become a meeting and activity hub for many years to come.  

Betongpark is the company behind the design.  The Local Planning Authority has granted planning permission for the project to go ahead.  PARC is working towards a 2024 delivery but in order to make this happen, we need to raise £250 000.    We can only do this with the help of the community.  

Individuals, businesses and community groups have the opportunity to pledge their support in a number of ways and a donation on Crowdfunder is one of them.  Donations of any size are greatfully received and really will make a difference! Please give what you can to help us make this vision a reality.

If you are eligible for Gift Aid, please make sure that you give the relevant details to allow us to claim it on your donation. This will boost your donation by 25%.

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