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Forget skating at the Rockefeller Centre this winter, as there will be festive outdoor fun to be had a bit closer to home this Christmas, as Gloucestershire becomes home to not one, or two, but three open air ice skating rinks when the latest rink opens for the festive season at The Brewery in Cheltenham.
To celebrate the festive season The Brewery will be giving visitors a chance to don their skates for a Christmas spin on the 29ft sq rink from 24 November to 23 December. The 20-minute sessions cost adults £4, children £3 and family tickets for two adults and two children cost £11 – with all tickets including the hire of ice skates available in a range of sizes from children’s size 9 to adult’s size 11.
And if you don’t fancy getting cold or wet before hitting the shops, bars or restaurants at The Brewery you will be pleased to hear that the special rink will be supplied by specialist company Fun Ice, which uses a unique dry surface, so taking a tumble won’t mean you get damp if you’re not quite a Torvill or Dean.
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