Spinningfields Ice Rink

Spinningfields Ice Rink returns, along with the Moose Bar

From November 18th – January 2nd 2012, Spinningfields will once again be transformed into a winter wonderland with the arrival of the ice rink and the brand new Moose Bar.

Returning to Spinningfields for its fourth successive year, the ice rink, situated in Hardman Square, will be open seven days a week from 10am until 11pm. The only open air rink in the city centre, it features a 600sqm ice surface, which will be able to host over 200 skaters per hour. The prices have been frozen for 2011, giving skaters even more value and there are special rates for students, groups and the ever popular schools scheme.

A brand new addition this year will be the Moose Bar, a log cabin-themed pop up bar serving hot cocktails, mulled wine, spiced cider, beers, wholesome seasonal food and offering corporate packages for the surrounding offices. Perfect for those wanting to rest their weary legs, The Moose Bar is bound to be a popular haunt with a rustic environment, live music and a warm atmosphere.

Fran Goddard, Head of Communications & Events at Spinningfields, said; “The ice rink has been extremely successful over the last three years and we’re looking forward to welcoming it back this year. With the addition of the Moose Bar in Hardman Square and the Pop-up shops and the Oast House on The Avenue, there’ll be a really festive atmosphere throughout the estate.”

The ice rink is operated in association with Spinningfields, Manchester City Council, Peppermint Live and Cousins Entertainment.

Adults (aged 17 and over) £8.50
Senior (aged 60 and over) £7.50
Student £7.50 with NUS card
Youth (aged 13 to 16) £7.50
Child (aged 8 to 12) £6.00
Child (aged 4 to 7) £5.00 this ticket can only be purchased with an Adult ticket.
Family (2 adults 2 children or 3 children 1 adult) £24.00
All children must be under 16 years old.

See www.spinningfieldsicerink.com for more info

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