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Vision of Skating For All


The Adam Cullen Skating Project was created in memory of Adam, a good, kind person. A wonderful friend and a brilliant roller skater. 

Only a couple of us knew just how much roller skating benefits the mind and soul as well as the body - the bonds of friendship that are formed have to be seen to be believed.  

Roller skating and skateboarding level the playing field - just friends together having fun. 

Having Skate Hubs in Beeston and across Broxtowe will promote inclusion, a sense of belonging and a joint ownership of something that is just for them. 

Too many activities and centres for young people have disappeared. After the sacrifices they have made over the past year due to the pandemic the children in our community need to get outside, have fun and broaden their social circle. 

Here at The Adam Cullen Skating Project, we are excited by Skate Beeston and look forward to encouraging the less able and more nervous young people to join in. 

Patricia Cadman


14 April 2021




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