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Buckley - Answered a Question by healey (08 Jul 08 14:06)

No?

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aldrich - Answered a Question by healey (08 Jul 08 15:06)

No. But there are age limits - over 16 for the gym, and the parents have to sign waiver form for the ice skating, and you must wear long trousers - over 6yrs only, and for the flowrider you have to be over 52" tall.

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Neil and Ida Down - replied to aldrich (08 Jul 08 15:17)

Following on from the remarks of A of N : You would be as well to check whether your insurance covers you should you have an accident on the ice. Some insurance companies treat this as "winter sports" and some as "hazardous activity" so just make sure before you endulge. ..... Regards ... Neil.

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Pearson - Answered a Question by healey (08 Jul 08 16:44)

Sorry to hijack your thread Mr/Ms Healey Thank you Mr Aldritch and Mr/Mrs Down for such useful information. Can I assume that we do not need to bring our own ice skates as they will be available to hire? Do you know if there is any ice-skating instructors in the rink? Thanks.

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Aldrich - replied to Pearson (08 Jul 08 19:47)

Ice skates are available for hire. And you can get lessons. Times posted in the daily news letter.

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