Facilities for Teenagers in Tutbury

Health & Safety

Produlic Operation & Maintenance Manual GB

ROSPA Guidance on EN 1176


Photos: mobile skate park - Shobnall, 20 August 06

Art Feature Unveiling 06 04 09

Grand Opening 25 07 08

Turf Cutting 19 May 08

Cheque Presentation 09 10 07

Update 15 08 06

History of Campaign

Possible location sites

What a shelter might look like

ESBC Survey Results - Summer 06

Construction Photos



What a facility might look like

A leading manufacturer, produlic, has done a mock up of a facility for us, to show the size and type of equipment that could be installed. In the facility are dynamic play equipment such as aeroskate, rodeo board, and aero speed. This type of equipment is aimed at older children and teenagers and improves their flexibility, strength, and overall fitness. Alongside the dynamic play area is a small skate area with a grind rail and fun box. At the top of the skate area is a shelter.

The area for dynamic play on this plan is a maximum of 14m by 30m. The surfacing would be the matta type, which lets grass grow through it - similar to the surfacing at the Tutbury Mill play area.

The skate area shelter would cover an area of 7m by 22m and would be tarmaced.

For more information about Tutbury Teen Campaign: call Corinne O’Hare - 01283 508734

For image of mock up contact
East Staffordshire Borough Council