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Rainy Day Activities Deeside Ice Rink, Flintshire
Opening times: Public skating times vary, please call ahead
Varied pricing please check out website

Located inside Deeside Leisure Centre, Deeside Ice Rink is the national centre for ice sports in Wales. You’ll find an Olympic sized ice pad and the ability to host a variety of sports including skating, ice hockey and curling.

It doesn’t matter if you’ve never tried ice skating before as the Ice Rink offers lessons to everyone from complete beginners to those with a bit of experience, for children and for adults too! Or you could just turn up to one of the public skating sessions for some family fun on the ice. The Ice Rink also hosts an ice disco on Friday and Saturday evenings for a night out with a difference!

Customers are welcome to bring along their own skates, otherwise there’s a skate hire charge of £3.10 on top of the admission fee if you don’t have your own.

Deeside Leisure Centre is also home to the following activities, so if ice skating isn’t your thing, you’re sure to find something that is: Afon Spa, Evolution Extreme, Ten Pin Bowling, Flat Green Bowling, Pirate Galleon Soft Play, Feelgood Factory, Fitness Suites.


Image Source: CC-by-SA 2.0 by Nick Bramhall.


Deeside Ice Rink is found in Queensferry, just off of Chester Road East.

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