Burn off the Christmas calories with a skate around Norwich Ice Rink
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Kick off the New Year with a visit to Norwich Ice Rink.
If you've made it your resolution to get fit in 2018, why not take advantage of Norwich's winter wonderland and drop by for a skate.
A single ice skating session can burn up to 300 calories and as an added bonus is great fun for the whole family.
Sponsored by the Sleeping Beauty panto at Norwich Theatre Royal, the rink is open until Sunday, January 7.
Those wanting to get their skates on will have the opportunity to save money on tickets booked over the next few days with our special back to school offer.
The offer is valid on tickets for all skating sessions taking place between January 3 and Janaury 5 and can be redeemed by booking online using the code BACK2SCHOOL.
This will provide 50pc off regular prices.
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Adult tickets usually cost £12, with children's priced at £8.
Thousands of visitors have already stopped by for a spin on the ice since the doors opened on December 15.
Located in Castle Mall Gardens, the rink is open from 10am to 9pm daily, with the last skate session starting at 8pm.
Sessions last for 45 minutes, with a further 15 minutes designated for changing shoes.
Debbie Burrell, organiser of the rink, said: 'The ice rink has once again proved to be a great success with loads of skaters taking to the ice.
'The Christmas period was particularly popular, but even though the festivities are now over, the rink is still open and we'd love to see even more people join us in January.'
She added: 'We're urging people to book tickets online to save any disappointment. A lot of people have travelled in, only to turn up and be disappointed because they have been turned away.'
Sophie Urry works for the ice rink. She said: 'For health and safety reasons, we can only have a certain number of people on the ice at one time. We take 100 people every hour.'
To secure your place on the rink, visit icerinknorwich.co.uk