Bak 2 Skool Neon Bubble & Foam Party

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WIN two tickets to Ice Nations annual Bak 2 Skool Neon Bubble & Foam Party at the National Ice Centre!

Celebrate the start of the new term in style on Friday 30 August as we turn on the foam machines, amp up the music and blast out the bubbles. Don’t forget to wear your best neon gear as you take to the ice and get ready to glow!

Look out for our NIC photographer and strike a pose then look out for your picture on the NIC’s official Facebook page. Plus, they’ll be a chance to win a pair of tickets to our Halloween Ice Skating Party on 1 November!

Simply enter your details below for a chance to win. Entry is FREE and the closing date for entries is 23rd August 2013. Good Luck!

Posted on 07 August 2013
Featured author: Tom

Nottingham lad who’s a proud Notts County fan, cheese fiend, chocaholic and loves travelling and music.

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