Coolbellup Skate Park gets clean-up during competition


Reuben Delany-Dillon using the Coolbellup Skate Park.
Reuben Delany-Dillon using the Coolbellup Skate Park.

COOLBELLUP Skate Park users have proven the most environmentally conscious, taking out the City of Cockburn’s skate2clean competition.

The incentive to keep parks free of rubbish and vandalism was a free skate event put on by the City.

A spokeswoman for the City said that was held on April 8, with food, DJs and live music.

The skate2clean initiative was established in Queensland and rewards skate park users who keep their parks spotless.

Parks in Atwell, Spearwood and Coolbellup were in the running, with judging taking place between November and March.

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