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What’s On: Ice SKATE Bournemouth Returns

Get your skates on! The Lower Gardens’ ice rink Ice SKATE, along with Moguls Alpine Bar, are back, bigger than ever. Just in time for the festive season!

Bournemouth’s iconic winter destination, Ice SKATE has thawed off and is ready for a whole host of skating fun.

14th November will see the ice rink’s official opening for this year. Whether you are a Dancing on Ice champion or simply a Bambi on ice, all are welcome to immerse themselves in the action.

Located in the canopies of Bournemouth’s Lower Gardens, SKATE are the hosts and they have presented this year with a glistening makeover, as the rink is now 20% bigger than the previous. That obviously means more room for you to capture memories of your loved ones’ epic fails on the ice.

If you see yourself as more of a spectator, then we have got you covered with the inside scoop. One of new feature’s this year is The Chalet, a wooden alpine chalet with booth seating and a toasty log burner.

If you’re in need of defrosting of the ice, Moguls Alpine Bar, which will certainly cool you off. This will give you the perfect chance to give your expert ice advice to friends and family. All the while indulging in some aromatic mulled wine or a steamy hot chocolate in the comfort of a warm blanket.

The attraction will be open throughout the day and evening and can be found as part of the Christmas Tree Wonderland. They offer a multitude of different events from 14th November until 5th January 2020.

Interested? For the lowdown, visit Ice SKATE and Moguls’ Facebook page. And you can follow HQB Media, on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram as well.

DISCLAIMER: All images of Ice SKATE have been used with full permission from the organisers.
Ashley Wilby
Ashley is a sports journalist and broadcaster - a graduate from Solent University in Southampton. By his own admission, he is a lover of all things broadcasting, shirt and tie enthusiast, and has a smile all day every day. Journalism is his number one passion, along with a strong tea.

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