Rockin’ around the rink this Christmas

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Families wanting to get into the Christmas spirt can get their skates on for a festive fun day.

The National Ice Centre opened the rink up for seasonal activities by Nottingham Panthers head coach Corey Neilson and assistant coach of the Great Britain National Team, Rich Strachan.

From now until 5th January there is the opportunity to have fun on the ice.

There is giant Christmas tree and lots of festive themed lights on the Olympic sized rink.

Festive food and drinks, including Rudolph’s gingerbread latte, will be available so customers can enjoy some seasonal treats in the T&D café or Ice Breakers before, during or after skating.

There are also a lots of different skating session to enjoy over the Christmas season.

These include,

Skate with the Nottingham Panthers on Wednesday 17th December, 7:30pm – 9:30pm.

Disabled Inclusion Christmas Party on Monday 22nd December, 12-1pm.

Parent & Toddler Christmas Party on Tuesday 23rd December, 12-1pm.

Ice Prince & Princess New Year’s Party for Parent & Toddlers on Friday 2nd January, 12-1pm.

New Year’s Foam Party on Friday 2nd January, 7:30pm-10:30pm.

Prices start from £6 for adults and family passes are available from £25 for a family of four, including skate hire.

There will also be a £2 spectator fee for people to watch their friends/family skate from the side of the rink over Christmas.

Visit www.national-ice-centre.com for more information, call 0843 373 3000 or visit in person at National Ice Centre, Bolero Square, The Lace Market, Nottingham.