Free skating rink at Feethams all next week

People across Darlington are being urged to get their skates on for some icy fun this coming half-term week, when a fantastic free ice rink comes to Feethams.
 
The 150m2 synthetic skating rink will be open from Saturday, 18 February until Sunday 26 February on the leisure and entertainment scheme’s podium level.
 
“We’ve had a brilliant start to the year and wanted to say a massive thank you to the local community for making our first few months such a resounding success,” said Simon Hawkins, Development Director with Urban & Civic – the property development company behind the multi-million pound Feethams. “The ice rink will be open all day, every day throughout the half-term holiday week, and sessions will be completely free.
 
“There will be music to skate along to and we will be providing free skates for adults and children,” he said. “We’ve even brought in some penguin-shaped skating aids for those who might not yet be up to Torvill and Dean’s standards.”
 
As well as the free skating rink, the podium will play host to a number of Feethams’ restaurants and retailers, who will be offering a superb selection of samples and exclusive offers.
 
“We really enjoy being able to put on a range of free entertainment for our visitors, and there’s nothing quite like our skating rink anywhere else in town,” said Simon. “We’re sure the combination of snack samples, skating and music will be a huge hit with the people of Darlington, and can’t wait to welcome everyone throughout half-term week.”
 
The free ice skating rink will be open from 12noon until 8pm Monday to Saturday, and from 12noon until 5pm on Sundays, every day from Saturday 18 February until Sunday 26 February.

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