Chill at the Ice Cube this week!

The Ice Cube has returned to Millennium Square this Friday, giving visitors a chance to whizz around the ice under the specially covered outdoor rink.

The new penguin club on Sunday mornings provides a chance for younger children to take their first steps on to the ice in a fun and safe environment with the assistance of the popular penguin skating aids. There is also a dedicated accessible session every Thursday morning at 10am which is suitable for wheelchair users and for other disabled persons who may prefer a more quieter and relaxed environment.

In addition to the ice rink, the Ice Cube will also be hosting a wide range of winter themed family rides and attractions including the new Radio Aire Snowslide, the North Pole Starflyer and the adrenalin fuelled Ice Jet. There will also be a selection of other family rides for children of all ages including the Ice Dragon Coaster, Ice Palace 3D maze, Ice Bungees, Snow jump carousel and more. Tasty treats and hot and cold snacks will also be readily available for all visitors in the all new ‘Igloo Café’ by Catering Yorkshire.

Councillor Jonathan Pryor, Deputy Executive Member for Children and Families said

“It is fantastic to see Ice Cube back onto Millennium Square this week. It is the perfect opportunity for children and families of all ages and abilities to enjoy a brilliant attraction right in the heart of city centre. I am looking forward to welcoming the Ice Rink for the 18th year along with the wider range of rides and attractions that are available for all.”

Admission tickets for all public ice skating sessions are on sale now and are priced at (including booking fees) £8 adults, £6.50 children (12yrs and under) with discounts available for LEEDSCard or BreezeCard holders. Tickets are available to purchase online, by telephone on 0113 376 0318 or in person from either the City Centre Box Office in Leeds Town Hall or from the onsite ticket office from Friday onwards. For full booking details including prices, session times together with further information for all other attractions can be found at www.leeds.gov.uk/icecube

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