Coming through Stratford City shopping centre around 9 pm last night, I saw a small group of skaters – boards, roller and in-line – exploiting the smooth floors for their tricks and weaves.
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Posted in Public space, Urbanism
Tagged London, Olympics, OPLC, public space, skateboarding, skating, urban design, video, young people
This website is managed by Tim Gill, an independent scholar and global advocate for children’s play and mobility. His work embraces writing, research, consultancy and public speaking.
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