Win A Family Pass To Bluebell Railway's Ice Rink
Bluebell Railway's fabulous ice rink is back for October half term, and we've got TWO family passes for two adults and up to three children (15 and under) to enjoy!
This is the unique chance to experience ice skating alongside much-loved steam railway attractions this half-term.
The ice rink is open daily from 9am until 9pm, with some later skate sessions on Fridays and Saturdays. Plus, come for a spooky skate this Halloween!
Evening skate sessions allow visitors to enjoy the lighting and music from the ice rink, which provides an atmospheric backdrop of the locomotives outside the shed.
We're now very excited to be able to offer two family passes to attend this exciting attraction between October 22 and 30 at Sheffield Park Station!
All you need to do to be in with a chance to win one of our family passes is enter our random draw! We'll then choose two winners at random following the competition's closing date and post them right here...
The competition closes on Sunday October 16 - best of luck!
Please note the following terms and conditions:
Ticket is for a specific date and time. Winner(s) can choose a date between 22 and 30 October 2022 and a timed session for the ice-skating and the Bluebell Railway team will issue the ticket.
The prize is for this specific event and cannot be exchanged for other events.
Ice skating tickets are £14 for adults and £10 for children. Slots can be booked online or on the day from Sheffield Park station.
The price for skating includes skate hire, and includes entry to SteamWorks!, an interactive exhibition which allows visitors to step aboard the footplate of a real-life steam engine for a true driver’s eye view. Skate aids are also available to hire before the session.
As well as ice skating, the Railway is also running its popular ‘Kids for a Quid’ offer throughout the half term, with any child (3-15) travelling for £1 when accompanied by a full fare-paying adult.
Group booking discounts for skating are available and wheelchair users are welcome. Please see the Bluebell Railway website for further information HERE.
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