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Aldergrove skateboard park closes for repairs

Park will be shut down for three weeks starting Nov. 13

The skateboard park at Aldergrove Athletic Park will be shut down for the next three weeks.

Beginning Monday (Nov. 13), the park, located at 27 Avenue and 267B Street, will be closed off to allow for repairs to the skate surface and bowl.

Those who often skate at the park can instead use the facilities at Brookswood Skateboard Park (42 Avenue and 207 Street), Langley Skateboard Park (63 Avenue and 203 Street), Murrayville Outdoor Activity Park (48A Avenue and 221 Street), or Walnut Grove Community Park (89 Avenue and Walnut Grove Drive).

For more info, head to www.tol.ca.

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