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It’s time to put your skates on - and book a place on the ice




A real ice rink is coming to Bury over Christmas and New Year ANL-150206-141704001
A real ice rink is coming to Bury over Christmas and New Year ANL-150206-141704001

It is time to put your skates on - online booking for sessions at Bury St Edmunds’ first ever real ice rink opens on Monday October 26

The ice rink is being brought to town from December 5 by Business Improvement District organisation Ourburystedmunds.

It will be open every day, except Christmas Day, at the arc shopping centre until January 3.

Skaters are being asked to book a slot on the ice as it is expected to sell out fast.

Ourburystedmunds Chief Executive Mark Cordell, said: “I’ve been delighted with the interest shown so far and we have a number of exclusive party bookings made already.

“There is a real air of excitement about this attraction which will be the first time that Bury St Edmunds

“It’s also still possible to book the rink for an exclusive party hire during the first two weeks of opening and I’d urge anyone interested in doing that to contact us directly before it’s too late as we have been very pleased with the response to this too.”

Tickets cost £8.50 for a session, which includes half an hour on the ice and free skate hire.

Tickets for children aged 12 and under cost £5.50 and a family ticket for four including up to two adults is £22.50.

To enquire about hiring the ice rink for a private group booking please contact Jackie Regan in the Ourburystedmunds office on 01284 766258 or email jackie.regan@ourburystedmunds.com



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