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Skating in the Square

When? 25 Nov 2017 to 31 Dec 2017
Where? Brewery Square - Dorchester

  • Skating in the Square

Dorchester’s Skating in the Square returns to Brewery Square, from Saturday 25 November to New Year’s Eve.

TICKET PRICES — Adult £6.00 / Child £6.00

Sessions last 45 minutes.

Children aged 12 years and under must be supervised by an adult.

There is no minimum age for participants, however the smallest size boot available is a child’s size 9. Penguins are available to aid stability for small children.

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Brewery Square

Dorchester, DT1 1QR

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