Werrington Skatepark (Peterborough)

Werrington skatepark was designed and built by Wheelscape, opening in 2011. It can be found in the fields next to the school and is solely a transitions based park.

The skatepark is focused around two bowls, one larger and deeper than the other. The larger bowl is longer and thinner and is split into two sections with two kinks separating them. This is then spined with the smaller bowl that also has an extension on one corner. Around the outside of the bowls on the platforms are some ledges and also a three hump roll over set.

This is a nice local park and is a great spot for transition skaters. The surfaces are smooth and there are a lot of little bumps and corners to pump around meaning you wont have to push once. It is also good for beginners and experienced skaters alike as the two bowls can provide a good learning base and step up once you have mastered the basics.

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Werrington Skatepark
Staniland Way

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Peterborough train station: As it is a long distance from the station it would be recommended to get a bus or a taxi to get to Werrington skatepark.

Staniland Way bus stop: Exit the bus onto Staniland Way and head west until the park, where Werrington skatepark can be found.

National Rail Peterborough 3.7 miles
Bus Staniland Way 0.2 miles 22


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The following suppliers were involved in the design and build of the current skatepark.