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    SkaterIL's Avatar
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    Default Skateboarding in Northern England

    Hey guys, I'm gonna be traveling for 2 months around northern England for work between the end of October till the end of December, I'm considering taking my skateboard with me and would like to know if there's any justification for bringing it weather-wise and skatepark-wise.

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    Is it worth bringing a skateboard to northern England for November and December considering the weather and the availability of indoor skateparks?

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    Just seen this thread. Depends where you are in the North of the UK.

    Newcastle has Dynamix and Override indoor parks and a plethora of outdoor parks (Exhibition Park, South Shields, 5 Bridges, Wallsend to name a few)
    Sunderland has one indoor called Dexx but it's shitty and some outdoor parks most notably Silksworth.
    Darlington has an indoor park called 4Motion which looks sick.
    Redcar has an indoor park named R-Kade which is also good.
    Leeds has The Works indoor park and a few outdoor parks (Hyde and Harrow if I remember right).

    Just depends where you go, but definitely bring a board.


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