A project hoping to bring an indoor skatepark to Salisbury entertained hundreds with a free event in Churchill Gardens. 

Behind the event was Level Up Salisbury, which hopes to provide activities for youth in the city. 

Founder Mr Babb previously told the journal: "My vision is to operate this project as a Community Interest Company (CIC), with a primary focus on supporting local youth, particularly those facing financial and social challenges." 

The free event in Churchill Gardens on Sunday, May 19, was blessed with hot weather and sunshine.

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Salisbury Journal: The professional riders entertained the crowdsThe professional riders entertained the crowds (Image: Iona Taberham Photography)More than 250 people attended the day, with Level Up Salisbury providing 36 free skateboard lessons for beginners aged five to 10. 

Professional riders entertained the crowds with daring tricks and impressive stunts. 

Iona Taberham Photography captured the day, take a look at the gallery above to see the brilliant shots. 

Mr Babb said: "There was a strong sense of community and a real sense of excitement and support for the Level Up Salisbury project. We are determined to keep raising awareness of our project and the good it will do for the Salisbury community, particularly Salisbury's youth.

"We expect to have more positive news coming soon as we come closer to finding a venue for our indoor skatepark and bouldering centre."