1 February 2020

What's On this February

February has finally arrived! Anyone else feel like January lasted a life time? 

We certainly did!

So to brush off those January blues, see below for #WhatsOn this month. 

Crash Course

Learn to skate like the pros with our 5 day intensive Crash Course. Whether you're currently a skater and looking to progress quicker, or you consider yourself a bambi on ice - this is the perfect course for you!

Enjoy skate hire, a 30 minute lesson each day and a free public skate afterwards - all for just £50! You'll also receive a certificate and badge for each level you pass, so you can show off to your mates. 

Open to all ages and abilities, running this February Half Term.

Monday 17th - Friday 21st Feb

Level 1 - 4 (beginner) 9.30am 

Level 5+ - 10:00am 

Book your space today by calling 02920 789 630.

Skate back to the 90's!

For one night only, we're taking a step back from the naughties.. and entering a night of nostalgia back to the 90's!

Get your skate on to your favourite 90's tunes courtesy of our live DJ - SoundsFx and Entertainments, treat yourself to the ultimate throwback pick n mix and get your 90's attire at the ready!

Thursday 20th February / 19:30 - 21:30

Pre bookings for groups of 20+ only. Open to all ages. Tickets to be bought on the door. 

Let's party like it's 1999!

Learn to Skate

Our next block of learn to skate lessons start the week beginning Monday 24th February. If you can't commit to the 5 day crash course, then this course may be more suitable for you as the lessons are spread over a 6 week period. The course is £60 for 6 lessons, including skate hire and free access to the public session on the day of your lesson. 

Days & Times - 

Monday 24th February (adults only) 18:00 

Wednesday 26th February - 16:45

Saturday 29th February - 10:55

Sunday 1st March - 10:55

Please note that times are subject to change the more you progress. We cannot take bookings on the day. 

For more information and to book your space, please call us on 02920 789 630.

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