THE hugely popular Royal Pavilion ice rink will return next month.
From October 29th to January 8th, visitors can skate against the picturesque backdrop of Brighton.
The ice rink, which is operated exclusively with renewable energy, has been welcoming visitors since 2010.
“It’s vital that events like ours – which are all about fun – ensure that this doesn’t come at the expense of the environment,” said Shella Parkin, Managing Director of Laine Ltd, which hosts the rink every year.
“We strongly believe that Christmas trains, like ours, must choose renewable energy to meet their electricity needs.”
The main lane offers plenty of space for more confident skaters and the separate beginner’s lane with penguin skating aids offers younger skaters a safe area to build their confidence.
For those who just want to sit back and soak up the festive atmosphere, there is no charge for spectating from the bar and kitchen at the rink or the outdoor viewing areas.
Tickets can now be booked online on the website and are priced from £12 for full price tickets (12+), £9 for juniors (under 12) and the 45 minute skate times run from 10am to 10pm daily.
The box office opens at 9.30am and visitors are strongly advised to book tickets in advance to ensure they have a spot to skate.
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