Sheffield Ski Village fire :(
On the one hand not great, but on the other could be good for the slope (maybe…). Lets be honest, the main slope/snowflex jump area is completely worn out, which is probably why the slope isn’t the hive of activity it used to be. Hopefully they’ll be able to divert some of the insurance money (assuming they get any) to where it’s needed. 🙂Posted 5 years ago
to be honest Bevel that’s a cr*p attitude to have, yes some of the place needed updating etc but we were there saturday for my daughters party and it was a great laugh. like i say there were things that could have been better but there are now going to be a load of staff out of a job, loads of parties without a venue, loads of schools and youth groups without a destination and oh did i mention a load of people without jobs.Posted 5 years ago
it’s a real shame and i for one hope it rises up pheonix like. fingers crossed for the insurance company.
From what I recall the place was on its knees anyway, not sure if it’s recovered since then though. Not saying it’s not a great place to go and have fun, skiing’s more about the people than the place for me. I didn’t make this happen, nor wish it to, but I think the correct attitude is to look for opportunities when things like this happen.Posted 5 years agotracknickoMember
think the main thing, aside from all this bravado and crap talking…
is that this kind of arson is indicative of scally **** flitting round our fair city and setting fire to stuff.
now i personally wouldn’t want to hang round the back of rutland road area in the early hours of a sunday morning, but it’s still depressing to see this shit go on.Posted 5 years ago
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