DO NOT skate in the opposite direction to the crowd.
DO NOT skate at excessive speed.
DO NOT skate in a chain or line of skaters.
DO NOT bring mobile phones on to the ice. Many phones contain glass and if they are dropped and break, the session may have to end whilst the ice is properly cleaned and inspected.
DO NOT eat, drink or smoke on the ice.
DO NOT carry small children or babies whilst skating.
DO NOT cause obstructions by stopping in groups.
Spectators must keep the access ramp clear at all times.
DO be mindful of other skaters.
DO hold on to the barrier until you find your feet.
DO try to get up quickly if you fall.
DO ensure skates are securely fastened.
DO dress appropriately - remember gloves and thick socks.
DO listen to instructions of the skate marshalls.
DO report any accident - We have staff trained in first aid.
REMEMBER the ice surface is VERY HARD and although helmets are not mandatory you should consider wearing a helmet such a a cycle helmet to offer protection from falls.
ICE SKATING CARRIES AN INHERENT RISK - ALL SKATERS USING THE RINK DO SO AT THEIR OWN RISK.
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