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Skating Rinks in Harrogate
Ashvill Sports Centre, Yew Tree Lane, Harrogate, North Yorkshire, HG2 9JS
Harrosk8 has been set up for anybody and everybody who wants to have a go at rollerskating in a fun family environment. We run 2 session 5.30-7 and 7.30-9 on Saturday evenings at Ashville College Sports Centre Skates are available to hire from a Junior size 8 to an Adult size 11 (first come first served Stewards are first aid trained, have CRB checks and Harrosk8 is fully covered with public liability insurance. So why not come and join in? www.harrosk8.co.uk
Skating Rinks in Luton
Lewsey Learning Centre, 92 Tomlinson Avenue, Lewsey Learning Centre, Luton, Bedfordshire, LU4 0QQ
RollBack Skating - The Premier Roller Disco and Roller Skating Experience. Come and join us for all your skating needs and our ever popular Roller Disco's.
Skating Rinks in Nottingham
Bolero Square, The Lace Market, Nottingham, NG1 1LA
The National Ice Centre was given the royal seal of approval by HM the Queen on July 31 2002. This topped off Â£43 million and seven years of hard work, to turn the dream of the UKâ€™s first centre of excellence in ice sports into reality. The Arena Rink was opened on the 1st April 2000 by Jayne Torvill and was followed by the Olympic Rink opening just a year later on 7th April 2001. This made the National Ice Centre the first twin Olympic-sized (60m x30m) ice rink facility in the UK heralding a new era in the development of ice skating. The centre now provides top class facilities and coaching staff for a whole range of ice sports from Free Skating and Ice Dance to Synchronized skating, ice hockey and Short Track Speed Skating. The National Ice Skating Association (NISA) has designated the National Ice Centre as a Centre of Excellence for Short Track Speed Skating and it is home to the Great Britain Short Track Speed Skating squad. The Nottingham Panthers also train here and use our venue for their home games. We have many elite ice skaters training at the NIC and run a successful skating academy. Coaches from the NIC also go out to city schools to teach the kids in-line blading and this programme now attracts hundreds of children. As well as boasting two Olympic sized ice pads the National Ice Centre is home to Trent FM Arena Nottingham.