The Bognor Regis Ice Rink is back for 2023!
Ice Skating in The Park is BIGGER and BETTER this year at our location in London Road Coach Park, measuring in at 30 x 20 metres, the whole family can enjoy a traditional style rectangular Ice Rink.
If Ice skating in Bognor isn’t your thing, feel free to enjoy a stroll round and explore our Funfair, Christmas huts, German style swing grill, bar, children’s rides, games and much more!
Don’t miss out on this popular fixture to the Christmas cheer around Bognor Regis!
Tickets are limited and only available online, please book early to avoid disappointment!
Open from Thursday 23rd November 2023 - Sunday 7th January 2024
General Session Times: 10am, 11am, 12pm, 1.15pm, 2.15pm, 3.30pm, 4.30pm, 5.45pm, 7pm.
Our Location: London Road Coach Park, London Road, Bognor Regis, PO21 1UU
Tickets only are limited and only available online, please book early to avoid disappointment!
Children must be 3 years old to enter the ice.
Children under the age of 14 must be accompanied by an adult on the ice.
Children under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult (the adult need not be skating).
To make your visit as enjoyable as possible we recommend warm, comfortable, outdoor clothing.
For example; long socks not trainer socks. Trousers or tracksuit bottoms. Thin layers of clothing under a thick jumper or sweatshirt. A waterproof jacket. Gloves, hats and scarves are also recommended, please ensure scarves are tucked in securely. Skates Skate hire is free. If you wish to bring your own skates please ask a member of staff to check their condition and suitability for our rink. All of our skates are sharp and ready to go. We have skates to fit all sizes. Please feel free to bring and wear your own safety gear.
We welcome wheelchair users to take to the ice and join in the fun in their own wheelchair. They must be accompanied by a responsible person in skates at all times when on the ice. This also includes motorised wheelchair users. Normal charge applies for the assisting skater.
Access for wheelchair users: Upon arrival at the rink our staff will assist you and your companion onto the ice via ramped access.
Where possible please keep your personal belongings to a minimum. Any items left behind skate hire or in lockers (if provided) are left at the Owners Risk. No bags or rucksacks are allowed on the ice. We do not accept responsibility for any items which are left unattended.
Fun skate penguins and banana boats are available for hire directly at a cost of £5 per item. They will not be bookable in advance and are hired on a first come first served basis. Skating props are limited in number and are provided at the management’s discretion.
There is a first aid point within the skate exchange area and Marshalls on the ice. In the unlikely event you or a member of your party should need first aid treatment, please alert a member of staff. A first aider will be available to assist as required. Please advise a member of staff if you have injured yourself. We will need to take some basic details at this time. By entering the premises, you accept you are responsible for your own safety and that of others.
No refunds will be made unless the management have found it necessary to close the ice rink due to Health & Safety or technical concerns.
Children are aged 3-16 years old.
Adults are aged 17 years and older.
Minimum age for skating is 3 years old.
Under 14's must be accompanied by an adult on the ice.
Under 16's must be accompanied by an adult within the venue.
Under 17's must have their parent or guardians consent to skate.
When purchasing any tickets for Ice Skating in the Park in Bognor Regis you are agreeing that you understand & agree that you are accepting full responsibility for any children that you bring skating with you.
It is a condition of booking that all participants are responsible for their own safety, and the safety of others, whilst in the Ice Rink or on the ice.
You are advised that appropriate protective equipment should be worn which can include such items as gloves, helmet, knee pads and wrist protection. You enter the rink, and the ice, at your own risk.