Published Thursday, 05 September 2013
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Fixers is a campaign that aims to give young people a voice in order to shape their future for the better.
A team of Fixers from the Co Antrim town are trying promote the positive side of free running, or parkour as it is also known.
Originating in France, it involves participants moving freely over and through any terrain, principally by running, jumping and climbing.
Fans believe the activity is a healthy and positive outlet and that it doesn't pose a risk to others.
The boys have already got the message though to some in the community - but some have expressed reservations and perceive it as anti-social.
Sixteen-year-old Ryan Taggart is a free runner and explained that it takes dedication and training to be able to execute the elaborate manoeuvres.
"People feel like we're vandalising at the minute," Ryan explained.
"Or that we're being anti-social. Some people feel threatened when we do parkour apparently. In the simplest form, it's movement.
"We're not vandals, we're just a bunch of kids who love what we're doing. If anything it's kept us away from the problems that people should be worrying about."
Mayor of Carrickfergus, Alderman Billy Ashe, also supports what the team of Fixers are doing.
"I think it's difficult for young people to be doing anything without others thinking they're up to no good," he commented.
"Ninety-nine per cent of young people are good people and I think sometimes we forget that."
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