DAY 10: Experience Nottinghamshire Advent Calendar

Advent Day 10

COMPETITION NOW CLOSED. CONGRATULATIONS TO SARAH LEWIS.

On the 10th day of Christmas, Experience Nottinghamshire and National Ice Centre,  give to you
1 x family skating experience  (2 x adults and 2 x children OR 1 x adult and 3 x children) for the Winter Wonderland rink between 12 December – 6 January 2013.

The National Ice Centre has Christmas all wrapped up this year as the Ice Rink is transformed into an enchanted, Christmas starry night sky that Santa and his reindeers would be happy to fly through! From 10 December 2012 to 6 January 2013, the NIC with have thousands of twinkling lights, a huge Christmas tree and much loved Christmas songs playing, truly bringing the magic indoors!

You can enjoy some seasonal treats before, during or after your skate, plus there’ll be competitions at selected sessions! You can even avoid the queues, book online and print your tickets at home this year. Visit www.national-ice-centre.com for full details.

Standard skating admission is £6 with a family of four pass priced at £25.  For more information go to www.national-ice-centre.com or call 0843 373 3000.

To Enter this competition, answer this simple question:

Which famous gold medal figure skaters used to train at the National Ice Centre?

A: Torvill & Tom
B: Torvill & James
C: Torvill & Dean

Send your answer A, B or C … to social@experiencenottinghamshire.com, and title your email DAY 10 ADVENT ENTRY, leave a comment below OR reply to us on Facebook or Twitter.

Terms & Conditions:

This competition runs on 10 December 2012 from 9am, and will close on 11 December 2012 at 9am. The judge’s decision is final. The chosen winners will be picked at random on  11 December and will be announced no later than 12 December 2012. Tickets are non-exchangeable nor transferable and subject to availability for use between 12 December – 6 January 2013, and at the discretion of the manager.

The tickets are offered courtesy of National Ice Centre.

Visit out Love Notts Facebook Page tomorrow to find out what you can win from the Notts Pole next!

Posted on 10 December 2012
Featured author: Lynzi E-Marketing Officer

Often found roaming the Notts countryside. Spaniel Lover. Stargazer. Sweet tooth.

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