First of all, this is very serious and I am so sorry for the young boy and his family – it is shocking and that must have been a terrifying experience I hope the young lad isn’t either scared or scarred by this and I just want to say the people of the East Marsh and we here at East Marsh United want to do what we can to make you and family feel that you are a full part of our community here – and we thank you for coming to be with us here.
Secondly, the lads who did this should be encouraged to come forward and look at the consequences of their actions.
Finally, as for people coming to OUR Grant Thorold Park, I can say the same thing about this as I can say about the East Marsh itself – it belongs to us, to all of us who live and work here – we all need to step up and claim ownership of OUR Park. It’s a beautiful space of nature, full of potential for we East Marshians and our visitors to relax, to play or just to be. So, from this point forward, let’s all find a way of making it an attractive space that is welcoming to one and all – Witam Wszystkich.