Skate Norfolk  

Ian on 07879 402887

info@skatenorfolk.co.uk  

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Fun, Family Fitness Skating mainly 4 to 14 but all ages including toddlers & adults

Learn to skate in a friendly environment with free tuition and games

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We have been ask to provide 2 different sessions, we are looking at both

Adult keep fit skating

We are looking for a suitable venue early evening for 2 hours.  It needs to be a reasonable sized hall, ideally on the south side of Norwich as the interest has come from the UEA and hospital.  

Home Schooled Children

See our new web page for details STARTS January 2018

Unsure if skating is right for you and your children?

Come and try for 30 minutes, if it is not for you or your child return our skates we will refund your entrance fee and skate hire. You do have to register and agree to our terms - required for our insurance

When attending Skate Norfolk for the first time, click here to download Skate Norfolk Registration Form, Agreement,Waiver and Code of Conduct.

Please fill in and hand to us at any session.

Thank you.

As a voluntary group Skate Norfolk depends on volunteers - can you spend a few hours some weeks. If you are not a skater you can help children fit skates, take the money on the door, serve tuck,

Wanted teenagers who can help the younger ones to learn to skate, we will teach you.

Over 21s who can drive the van to some of the sessions to cover holiday and sickness.  

Could you help with admin or marketing?  We have a desk in a Norwich office, If you think you can help us call Ian 01603 920227

Try for free

Volunteers made welcome

Indoor skating is a fun fitness activity for all the family

Children under 4 are welcome as toddlers can learn to skate once they have been walking a couple of months  If they only skate for 30 minutes a session see Ian for a special deal.  

Can older children and adults skate?

Yes everyone is welcome if they accept that most skaters will be younger.  We have people who come to 1 or 2 sessions to learn the basics.  We suggest adults purchase wrist guards.

In 2018 we have 3 targets:


1 -  Carried over from 2017. To build a small fund over the winter to cover our loses in the summer.

2 - To see if we can recruit volunteers or self-employed organisers to run more sessions

It seems a shame that the equipment, van, insurance etc. are only used 4 times a week and even less over the holiday periods.  Finding the right person or people is far from easy, but we keep trying.

3 - To recruit a temporary organiser

We also need someone to occasionally cover my role, it could be a separate driver with someone else to run the session, or one person doing both roles.