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Start of works in the Eskurtze park in Irala: Stage cover and renovation of the skate park

Laura Rangel Ybarra

September 13, 2023 | 2:00 p.m.

Start of work at the Eskurtze Park in Irala: renovation of the stage and expansion of the skate park

Bilbao.- In a clear sign of commitment to leisure and urban culture, the Town hall has announced the beginning of the works in the emblematic Eskurtze Park in the Irala neighborhood. The interventions, which will focus on the stage cover and the remodeling and expansion of the skate park, are eagerly awaited by the local community.

A cover for the stage, beyond the aesthetic

Stage, one of the focal points of the park, will soon be covered. This is not just an aesthetic improvement. Will offer protection against inclement weather, allowing more events to be held outdoors, even in adverse weather conditions.

«This cover symbolizes our investment in local culture and arts. We want Eskurtze Park to not only be a place of recreation, but also a cultural epicenter of the neighborhood," commented a source from the City Council.

Skate park: An expected renovation

Irala's skate park He has witnessed countless tricks, jumps and, above all, the evolution of skateboarding in the city. However, over time, this facility has shown signs of wear.

The planned renovation will not only restore damaged areas, but will expand existing facilities. This expansion is expected to include larger ramps and other structures that will challenge and excite more experienced skaters.

«It is essential to keep our sports facilities in the best conditions. Skateboarding is more than a sport, it is a cultural expression and deserves a decent space,” declared a municipal representative.

The remodeling and expansion of the Eskurtze Park skate park in Irala begins

The community response

The news of the works has been received with enthusiasm by the residents of the neighborhood. Many see these improvements as an investment in the future of the area, offering safer and more modern spaces for recreation and culture.

Raúl Gómez, a local skater, commented: “These renovations are essential for us. “Not only do they offer a better space to skate, but they show that the city cares about keeping our passions alive.”

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