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Great Santa Skate

National Ice Centre, Bolero Square, Belward Street, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, NG1 1LA
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Friday 22nd December | 2023 | 4pm - 6pm
National Ice Centre
£15

The first-ever Great Santa Skate at the National Ice Centre will see hundreds of skating Santas take to the ice to help make Christmas special for children living in poverty. It's the perfect family-friendly event.

Taking place on 22 December, the National Ice Centre will donate £5 from every ticket bought for the Great Santa Skate to Mission Christmas, the Cash for Kids charity which aims to improve the lives of disadvantaged children.

The event is set to be a festive experience to remember with the chance to skate to all the greatest Christmas hits, stop off for festive treats at the rink side cafe, or add on a visit to Santa in his magical grotto (pre-booking advised).

Tickets are £15 each for the Great Santa Skate, which includes a full Santa outfit to get into character for the skating session. Under 5s skate for free and are encouraged to bring their own Santa hat or festive outfit to join in the fun.

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