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Skate Tunbridge Wells (2020)

Skate Tunbridge Wells is back at Calverley Grounds and you could be going.

Whether you are a beginner, a semi-pro, or like Bambi on ice, Skate Tunbridge Wells at Calverley Grounds welcomes everyone and this year it is their 10th anniversary.

You could be skating too. We have family tickets to win. Scroll down to enter.

Skate Tunbridge Wells is on from Friday 11th December through to Sunday 17th January and is a fun day out for the whole family, whether you are grabbing a seal for the kids, perfecting your moves or having a romantic night out. If you want to just watch from the sidelines you can do that too.

There are also Parent and Toddler sessions.

Everything happening this year at Skate Tunbridge Wells

The Skate Tunbridge Wells team has dedicated a lot of time creating guidelines that will keep you and them safe throughout the entire experience – from ticket sales and entrance to skating to exit. As well as:

A new layout for the ice rink and skate exchange with a one-way system.
Reduced capacity by two thirds.
An even more thorough cleaning regime throughout the day.
Skate staff will be provided with face coverings and gloves.
Hand sanitiser throughout the marquees.
Face coverings must be worn on and off of the ice at all times.

Book with confidence knowing you will be refunded if we enter a further lockdown.


This competition was paused as a second lockdown was brought it. Entries are now open again. If you entered originally you are still in the draw.

 To win a family stake at Calverley Gardens on a date of your choice before 17th January (subject to availability), answer the question below correctly before 23:00 on 16th December 2020. GOOD LUCK. 

'Dancing on Ice' TV judge, Ashley Banjo is part of which dance troupe? *


Read the competition terms and conditions.

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