One of Bury’s best remembered skating experiences is set to be re-lived with a reunion event.
Curve Motion, the new interactive leisure venue in Bury St Edmunds, is set to host a Rollerbury Reunion as part of it’s skatelove sessions.
Rollerbury, which closed nearly 10 years ago on June 17, 2001, was a hit venue for many.
The reunion, on Wednesday, May 25, and will run from 6.30-10pm, will be a chance for all those who grew up skating at Rollerbury, to go along and re-connect with old friends, and relive their teenage years.
Sarah Stamp, spokes-woman for Curvemotion said: “We are seeing lots of people coming along to the evening sessions who used to be hardcore Rollerbury fans – bringing rollerskating back to Bury has created a real feeling of nostalgia and it’s in response to requests from them that we have decided to host this special event.”
Music for the event will be provided by Rollerbury DJ, Adi Linton, who had a great following when he was at the original venue. He is also promising to play the best tunes from the Rollerbury era as well as reintroducing some Rollerbury games for those attending.
Entrance on the evening will be £6.25, which includes either skate hire or a medium soft drink.
The evening is open to all and anyone interested in going along is advised to book online at www.curvemotion.com
Sarah said : “If the evening goes well, we hope to be hosting Rollerbury reunions on a regular basis.”