/ New climbing wall - North Greenwich
The previous post seeking investors has gone, I don't think I'm doing anything wrong in this thread. I'm not asking why it has gone.
Anyway, to Overhang Ltd, I say:
Are you aware that there is already a fantastic climbing wall in North Greenwich/Charlton?
I really don't feel this area has the capacity for two climbing walls that are SO similar in design and ethos. Public transport in that area is dire so it's not like you're attracting central London climbers.
It wasn't my quip about becoming part of the Chiswick Flyover I hope!
I wouldn't have thought so, probably more due to the offer of investment without going premium.
Yep only because the search is broken :-P
If you choose climbing wall, london and 10 miles it returns all listings they have including shops and clubs.
My mistake - 26
But two within half a mile of each other, that's not central London makes no sense!
There is a dire need for a medium-large centre along the same lines as the castle or the reach(which is an exellent wall by the way).But bigger !!
It just be nice if the leading walls were higher and the area of wall that the medium grade climber (6c to 7b)could use was greater.Not pushed off on to the vertical surfaces or into the corners as has been habit at 1 or 2 leading walls in London.Great walls like Leeds and the Foundry and Kendal seem to be very good role models in this respect.
Another bouldering wall in london ?!? I guess SW London might need it.. eg serving the Brixton area etc. Its got to be good and unique though to compete with the other walls surely ?
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