Skating fans can visit Worthing’s covered ice rink for half the price, thanks to an exclusive offer in this week’s Herald.
The paper has teamed up with rink organisers to offer readers 50 per cent off until Friday, February 13.
Ten pairs of free tickets, with a free meal at Après Skate – the rink’s associated eatery – are also up for grabs.
Rink co-owner Phil Duckett said: “Being undercover allows for a great skating experience come rain or shine.”
Following on from last year, the ice rink team has enlarged the attraction, extended the session times and introduced new offers including off peak double sessions, group discounts and, in conjunction with the eatery, run by Reds Anywhere, hosted children’s parties.
The rink will be open, in Steyne Gardens, Worthing, until Sunday, March 1.
As well as all the ice rink offer, this week’s Herald also includes all the usual news, sport, features and much more.
We feature a special report on the music festival which has been granted a licence to take place at Shoreham Airport.
The decision was revealed just as the Herald went to press last week, so this week we get the views, for and against, from many of those who would be affected.
We also look at how midwives from Worthing Hospital are helping new mothers in a new way – via social media.
There is also a raft of columnists, the business page, a 16-page entertainment guide and a 24-page New Beginnings supplement.
The Herald is out today (Thursday, January 22) for the bargain price of 80p.