Work has begun on a new £90,000 parkour park facility in The Walks, in King's Lynn.
The design of the park has been influenced by local group, the King's Lynn Free Runners and is being built using funding from WREN, with cash also coming from the West Norfolk Partnership and the Borough Council.
Sarah Gosling, Grant Manager of WREN, said: "We are delighted to be here on site today to see the start of work on this project. It is a really exciting scheme which will dramatically enhance provision for parkour and free running in the East of England."
It is hoped the scheme will give people the chance to practice the sport, which is increasing in popularity, without the need to use private property.
Cllr David Pope, Cabinet Member for Assets, said: "Parkour is an exciting and thrilling sport to watch and one that requires a great deal of athletic ability. I hope that people who come to see people in action in the parkour park will be encouraged to take up sporting activities as part of a healthy, active lifestyle."
Work on the park is due to be completed within the next couple of weeks.
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