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New cafe and shop inside skate park opened by deputy mayor

PUBLISHED: 15:41 04 November 2018 | UPDATED: 15:41 04 November 2018

Opening of the new KASET cafe at Alive Lynnsport - The Deputy Mayor Cllr Geoff Hipperson and Mayoress  Rose Hipperson offically open the cafe.

Opening of the new KASET cafe at Alive Lynnsport - The Deputy Mayor Cllr Geoff Hipperson and Mayoress Rose Hipperson offically open the cafe.

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A brand new cafe and shop inside a skate park was officially launched by the deputy mayor of Kings Lynn in a ribbon cutting ceremony.

Opening of the new KASET cafe at Alive Lynnsport - A demonstration of the skate park.Opening of the new KASET cafe at Alive Lynnsport - A demonstration of the skate park.

Geoff Hipperson and his mayoress Rose Hipperson opened the cafe at 12pm on Sunday, with demos from BMX, skateboarding, and the scooter team riders on show during the day.

Opening of the new KASET cafe at Alive Lynnsport - The Deputy Mayor Cllr Geoff Hipperson and Mayoress  Rose Hipperson offically open the cafe with Tom Holmes.Opening of the new KASET cafe at Alive Lynnsport - The Deputy Mayor Cllr Geoff Hipperson and Mayoress Rose Hipperson offically open the cafe with Tom Holmes.

Tommy Goode, director of business development at Alive Leisure, who run the skate park, said the opening was an “exciting” moment.

Opening of the new KASET cafe at Alive Lynnsport - The Deputy Mayor Cllr Geoff Hipperson and Mayoress  Rose Hipperson offically open the cafe.Opening of the new KASET cafe at Alive Lynnsport - The Deputy Mayor Cllr Geoff Hipperson and Mayoress Rose Hipperson offically open the cafe.

He said: “The launch of KASET’s café and shop is an exciting new project which further enhances the current facilities we have at KASET.

Opening of the new KASET cafe at Alive Lynnsport - A demonstration of the skate park.Opening of the new KASET cafe at Alive Lynnsport - A demonstration of the skate park.

“We are committed to continuously improving the facility for our customers and the wider community.”

He added: “We would like to thank the College of West Anglia for their support and sponsorship of KASET over the past year and we look forward to working with them in the future to help grow and raise awareness of our fantastic skate park.”

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