Comment on Skegness XSite Skate Park Review by Skeggy Resident.
where exactly did I say X-site was a “day care center for you to drop your kids off”, since it has no Adult facilities you have no choice, but to leave your kids, I do believe one of my points for X-site being a disappointing facility was that parents are not accommodated for to look after their children with a venue thwart with dangers and a lack of appropriate adult supervision on site.
You said “I don’t think you understand how most skateparks work”
How little you know, Yes I do Know how these places work and if X-site can’t make money from a popular activity then their doing something wrong. X-Site made a profit in 2009, so I think you don’t understand businesses taking advantage of a seaside holiday location.
You also said “To be fair their prices are very reasonable compared to most purpose built facilities”
Here’s an example for you why X-Site is so expensive compared to other skateparks around the country.
ukskatepark Stockport-Entrance fee
£3 for 1 hour
£4 for 2 hours
£5 for 3 hours
£2 for each extra Hour over 3hrs
£10 all day ticket
Non Members: additional £2.50 day membership, £1.50 if you stay 1 hour
IMPORTANT PART: Annual membership is £15
After Every 5th visit 1 FREE all day Session !!! (members Only)
Skaterham Indoor Skatepark, South London
Enterance fee: £1 an hour
GOLD CARD MEMBERSHIP
THE CARD COSTS JUST £20 FOR A WHOLE YEAR AND GIVES YOU LOADS OF DISCOUNTS WITH US:
• 50P off every session you visit
• 10% off our in store shop prices
• 10% off private sessions
• and an exclusive SKATERHAM T SHIRT
look at that Google’s an amazing tool, first two I came across is better than X-Site, you can find out everything you need from the click of a button. The last example I gave is the type of price and membership you should be looking at when X-Site has charity status for children living in the PE25 postcode