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(60 votes)

Sobell leisure centre offers a 32M indoor ice rink with sound and vision. They have sessions and courses to suit all ages and abilities from toddlers to adults. Take the family along for a fun, exciting and enjoyable experience on ice!

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(77 votes)

Streatham Ice Area first opened in 1931 and sadly closed in 2011, however Streatham Ice has now reopened better than ever with a full size 60x30m ice pad and just shy of 1000 seats.

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(34 votes)

Located in Bayswater, west London W2 Queens is the ultimate entertainment centre. 50,000 Sq feet of activities including ice skating with state of the art sound and light, 12 lanes of bowling, private karaoke rooms, fully licensed bar, speciality foods, hand made ice cream parlour, video and novelty games.

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(39 votes)

The ice rink at Ally Pally is great for all ages and they have everything under one roof.

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(26 votes)

Lee Valley Ice Centre offers an international sized (56Mx26M) ice pad that creates a magnificent facility for up to 800 skaters, they also have seating for up to 760 spectators, so if you don’t want to skate you can simply sit back and watch the fun! The centre is regularly used by ITV's dancing on ice as a training venue and is home base for some of England's best skaters.

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(19 votes)

Winter 2017 / 2018

Can you believe it's that time of year again already? Well, it is and we've a once again compiled a list of all the main outdoor seasonal rinks in London, so put on your bobble hat, wrap up warm and get your skates on!

For opening hours, skating session times and more info please contact the rink.

Romford Ice Arena has been permanently closed, although efforts continue to re-introduce an rink to Romford in a proposed leisure development. 

Follow the progress here

**All session times and prices listed on Skating-Rinks.co.uk are correct at time of publishing but please check with the rink before making plans**




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