Crawley’s ice rink at Goffs Park is open and it is bigger than the one in Queens Square last Christmas.
The rink features a café serving hot and cold food, snacks and drinks, seating, large changing area and more viewing areas.
The rink is suitable for anyone over the age of four (skate boots start at size 8) and any level of ability – Panda skate aids will be available for hire for young skaters.
All skating sessions last for one hour, the first session begins at 10am at weekends and every day between 15 December and 6 January. At all other times from its opening on 10 November, the first sessions begin at 12.30pm with the last session beginning at 8pm every day except for New Year’s Eve, when the last session will be at 5.30pm.
Peak sessions cost £9.75 for adults and £8 for children aged 16 and under – a family ticket for four (maximum of two adults) costs £32.50. Off-peak sessions cost £7 whatever your age.
There are several ways to travel to and from Crawley Ice Rink in Goffs Park: Metrobus route 23 runs between Crawley Bus Station and Goffs Park (in both directions) every 30 minutes between 7am and 8pm Monday to Saturday, for a full timetable visit www.metrobus.co.uk/route-information/23
Goffs Park is just a 10-minute walk from Crawley Train Station and Crawley Bus Station. Orchard Street multi-storey and surface car parks in the town centre are less than a 10-minute walk away from the ice rink, several other town centre car parks are also available.