Crynant Parkour Park, South Wales
Crynant Parkour Park is a joint effort by Play Works, Groundwork Bridgend & Neath Port Talbot and Crynant Community Council.
Local young people, Traceurs/Freerunners highlighted a need for a Parkour Park in their area and the Community Council allocated a space next to a Skate Park and MUGA that is ideal for a Parkour training facility.
To assess the popularity of Parkour in the area the group asked local Parkour group & Parkour UK members Fluidity Freerun to host taster sessions. The sessions were a huge hit and the Parkour Park is due to be installed this summer.
Endcliffe Parkour Park, Sheffield
Endcliffe Park is a large park in the city of Sheffield, South Yorkshire, England. The park was opened in 1887 to commemorate the Jubilee of Queen Victoria.
Endcliffe Park comprises parkland as well as woodland. The portion along Rustlings Road is grassy and used as a recreation whilst the Northern border, separated from the recreation grounds by the Porter Brook, is woodland, and is traversed by many paths.
As well as several monuments a new playground was added in 2008 with many attractions for children. The park often hosts circuses and other events in the summer. There is also a cafe.
The new Parkour Park will mean this park is one of the most comprehensively equipment parks in Northern England and will become a leading facility for Parkour in the North. The new Parkour Park installed this summer.
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