Get your skates on! Ice rink to open in Cromer - for one week only!
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New attraction set to open in North Lodge Park next month.
A synthetic ice rink is being constructed in Cromer to keep everyone entertained during the half-term holidays.
The new attraction is set to open in North Lodge Park on Tuesday, February 14 - Valentine's Day.
However, it will only be open for five days so visitors are urged to get their skates on and book their tickets.
The half-term fun, which coincides with the school break, has been organised by the Friends of North Lodge Park with support from North Norfolk District Council.
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In a statement, the group which looks after the park said: 'We are very excited to announce that in February half term there will be a chance to skate in Cromer.
'The rink will be in North Lodge Park from Tuesday, February 14, until Saturday, February 18, and open from 10am to 5pm every day.
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'There will be 45 minute sessions (£5 per person per session) which will give skaters a full 30 minutes on the rink. Skates will be provided.'
Pre-booking tickets is recommended at http://northlodgepark.org.uk/synthetic-ice-rink-cromer but tickets will be available on the day.
Children who are not confident on the ice can use ice skating penguin aids.
The statement added: 'Please note there is no parking in North Lodge Park, but there is lots of parking in the town.'