A skatepark will be lost forever if volunteers do not come forward immediately.
Sandy Skatepark was demolished in July last year after it was discovered to be unsafe.
The facility, located at Sunderland Road, was frequently used by children and teenagers. When it was pulled down skateboarders and their parents said how keen they were for it to be reopened.
But project co-ordinator Ken Lynch, who organised the funding to open the skatepark when it first opened, said that the wish for new ramps has not been followed by action.
He said: “One fundraiser, Teresa Cole, has raised £1,000 towards the skatepark, which is wonderful. She has done car boot sales and that sort of thing with friends.
“But we need people to come forward and help her.
“People were very upset about the skatepark closing but none of them have done anything to help rebuild it.”
A new skatepark will cost between £50,000 and £90,000 depending on the type so a decided fundraising effort is needed.
No-one except Teresa has organised any fundraising events, nobody signed up for a sponsored sleep-out and only one person attended a meeting about rebuilding the skatepark.
But free trips to other skateparks to see which kind would be best for Sandy were fully subscribed.
Ken said: “Do youngsters want a skatepark? We will give them this last chance. Perhaps skateparks aren’t the thing now.
“The land belongs to Sandy Town Council and I’m very pleased that they’ve left it but they need to know, is it ever going to happen.”
If he does not get any response from parents and skateboarders within three weeks he will tell the council it is permanently closed. Anyone who can help should call Ken on 01767 681739.