It's time to get your skates on, as Skate TW is back in town.
The outdoor ice rink, which is celebrating its 10th anniversary in Tunbridge Wells this year, opened to visitors on Friday, December 11.
And it will stay open right through to Sunday, January 17, so that everyone gets a chance to get out on the ice.
This year's rink will be socially distanced with less capacity, so there's more room for you to try all those tricks you learnt last year. There will also be parent and toddler sessions, the chance to try curling and to skate with the Snow Sisters.
The rink has a new layout and skate exchange with a one-way system and a series of other safety measures.
There will also be hot drinks available to buy from Fine Grind as well as food including burgers, hot dogs and crepes to takeaway.
Bookings must be made with the same household or bubble, up to a maximum of six people.
But we have five family tickets to give away to Skate TW. To be in with a chance of winning, simply complete the entry form below.
To book tickets go to skatetw.co.uk
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