Win tickets for the ice rink – which is greener than ever this year

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It’s getting colder and darker, which can only mean one thing. Winter is coming (thanks Jon Snow). But it’s not all doom and gloom – one of the highlights of our winter each year is the Pavilion Ice Rink, and we’ve got some tickets to give away!

With arguably the most beautiful backdrop in the country, the ice rink is back again for its TENTH year! Yes we were amazed too. Not only that, the rink is greener than ever, with the rink powered exclusively by wind and solar energy.

“This year we have gone the extra mile to ensure that we minimise our impact, using clean energy to power our rink, supporting Sussex Wildlife Trust to plant thousands of trees, and delivering the highest possible performance in terms of energy efficiency and minimising carbon emissions,” said Shella Parkin, MD of Laine Ltd, creator of the Royal Pavilion Ice Rink.

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Photo: Andrew Hasson

And as usual there’s the lovely bar and restaurant alongside it, offering yummy dishes such as sticky fries, tapas style plates, pizzas and burgers, plus lots of vegan options.


For a chance to win four tickets – bookable on a date of your choice – you simply need to head over to our Facebook page and tell us who you’d like to bring. You could bring your family, or come as a bunch of mates. Up to you. Hit the link here to head to our Facebook post.

Competition closes 6pm Friday 15 November.


Tickets cost from £10 for full price tickets (aged 12 and over), £7 for juniors (under 12) and the one-hour skate times run from 10am to 9.15pm daily.
Children under five can skate for free in all off -peak sessions when accompanied on the ice by an adult paying full price.
There are also great multiticket offers for those who want to skate regularly (check website for details) and concessions for students.
The box office is open from 9.30am to 9.45am, but it is advisable to book tickets in advance.

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