Get your skates on! Book Norwich Ice Rink tickets with this 10% off code

Skaters enjoying the last few sessions as the EDP and Norwich Evening News Ice Rink finishes. Pictur

Skaters enjoying the last few sessions as the EDP and Norwich Evening News Ice Rink finishes. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY - Credit: Copyright: Archant 2016

Norwich's favourite Christmas attraction is back. The magical Norwich Ice Rink will return to Castle Mall Gardens, in the centre of the city.

And it gets better – the ice rink has gained a further 100sq m of skating space, giving skaters 33 per cent more ice to enjoy.

The rink, sponsored by the Norwich Evening News, promises an authentic experience. Unlike many other temporary rinks, the Norwich one is made from real ice which will provide users with a smooth, traditional skate.

It'll be hard to miss the 50ft snowman bouncy castle that will also live beside the ice rink, adding to the festive spirit in the city.

The rink will open on Friday, December 16, and will be open for three weeks, closing only on Christmas Day.

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After the total of more than 12,500 people skating last year, the rink promises to have a fantastic atmosphere.

If you want to secure your place on the rink, booking is now open at

Booking in advance not only guarantees a fun day out for the family, but will give advance buyers 10 per cent off their ticket price.

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Use code PENGUIN10 when buying your tickets before Monday, October 24 to make the most of this special discount.

Tickets can also be bought on the day from the Ticket Hut, at £12 per adult and £8 for children and concessions.

With parking at the Castle Mall car park, it couldn't be a more convenient trip for family and friends.

This year's ice rink is sponsored by the Jack and the Beanstalk pantomime at the Norwich Theatre Royal.

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