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Bay Skate Rules
To make sure everyone has a great time at Bay Skate we do need to have a few rules to keep things safe and happy. Here they are:
- Helmets are strongly recommended
- Safety pads are strongly recommended
- Keep hydrated
- Be nice to your mum
- Stay alert and watch where you're going
- No food or drink on skating areas
- Eat your greens
- No glass
- No chewing gum
- Never run with scissors
- Shout out for help – it's our job!
Get your popcorn ready - outdoor movies are coming to Napier! Moana will be the first to screen in the Mitre 10 MEGA Outdoor Movie Season at Bay Skate. The season begins on Friday 26 January and runs for three consecutive weekends, weather permitting. The Jungle Book will screen on Friday 2 February, with a movie that has quickly become a Kiwi classic, Hunt for the Wilderpeople, finishing the season on Saturday 10 February.
24 November 2017
Months in the making, Napier’s new-look skate park is now open for roller sports of all kinds including skateboarding, bmx, roller derby, inline hockey and scootering. Basically, if it's got wheels and you can strap them on or ride it, you're in with a grin.
13 December 2016
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