The National Ice Centre (NIC) is the UK’s first twin ice pad facility and centre of excellence for Ice Sports. The NIC comprises of two Olympic size ice rinks, (one of which is located in the Motorpoint Arena Nottingham). The biggest ice sports store in the UK, Ice Locker, is also situated here.
The NIC is used as a training base by many of Great Britain’s bright young skaters. It is home to the GB Short Track Speed Skating Squad and the oldest and most successful ice hockey team in the country, the GMB Nottingham Panthers.
There are a range of ice skating sessions on offer to suit all ages and abilities every day, from quieter family or toddler sessions to disco sessions and theme parties.
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Parent and toddler skating
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12th to 15th May 2016: Disney on Ice
14th April 2017: Ice Hockey - GB vs Poland
16th Sept 2016: Back to School Foam Party
18th June 2017: Dads Skate for FREE
19th Aug 2016: Skate with Superheroes
1st and 2nd April 2017: British Short Track Championships
22nd July 2016: UV Paint Party
26th March 2017: Mums Skate for FREE
27th Aug 2016: FREE Skating Session
30th May to 5th June 2017: Half-Term Skating
3rd June 2017: Club Silent Disco (WIN TICKETS)
4th Sept 2015: Back to School Neon Foam Party
5th April 2015: Skate UK Tots
5th March 2017: Ice Painting Party - Win Tickets!
6th August 2017: Adult Cross-Ice Cup
6th August 2017: Family Paint and Skate
8th and 9th April 201&; Elite League Playoff Finals
8th March 2017: Ladies Skate for 2.50
Easter Competition: Win a Family Skating Pass
Easter Holiday Skating Times 2017
February Half-Term Skating 2017
FREE Ice Skating Sessions
FREE Taster Sessions
Hockey Summer Clinics 2017
Ice Hockey Camp & Clinics
Skate into Christmas 2016
Speed Skating Camp
Summer Holiday Skating 2017
Summer Intensive Skating Lessons 2016
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Parent and toddler skating
For children aged 18 months to 5 years who are new to skating
Parent & Toddler skating sessions are a great family activity to enjoy with your little ones.
We have dedicated coaches on the ice during these sessions, so children can take to the ice, build their confidence and increase their co-ordination safely. A range of fun on-ice equipment characters are also available to help your child as they take their first steps on the ice!
For just £6.50 you’ll have access to a 30 minute session for you and one child under the age of five. Skate hire is included in the price and a range of on-ice equipment characters are available for the duration of the session, subject to availability. The sessions take place on a private section of ice during public skating sessions.
Spaces fill up fast and on-ice equipment is available on a first come first serve basis, so we recommend booking this session in advance online or via the box office on 0843 373 3000.
£6.50 for one parent and one child under the age of five. Price includes skate hire for both. Price includes a piece of on-ice equipment for the child.
An additional adult for this session is priced £6.50 / additional child £3.50.
Once your 30 minutes Parent & Toddler session has ended, you are welcome to skate on the public skating session with your child and piece of on-ice equipment. Please note that due to size, the cars cannot be used during the public skating session.
Forthcoming event dates:
Sunday 22 October 2017
Tuesday 24 October 2017
Friday 27 October 2017
Sunday 29 October 2017
Tuesday 31 October 2017
Friday 03 November 2017
Sunday 05 November 2017
Tuesday 07 November 2017
Friday 10 November 2017
Sunday 12 November 2017
Tuesday 14 November 2017
Friday 17 November 2017
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