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Old June 28th, 2019, 11:20 AM   #1
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Default New rink in Glasgow for summer

You hear a lot of pessimism in skating forums about the death of skating, how it is generally going downhill (not literally, I hate going downhill on skates as I can't stop very well!)

To counter that I was really pleased to find out there will be a THIRD rink in the Glasgow area throughout the summer as the INTU centre at Braehead converts their curling rink into a skating rink for 2 months.

https://intu.co.uk/braehead/events/rollerskating

Along with Rollerstop https://rollerstop.co.uk/ and RocknRoller https://www.rocknroller.co.uk/that now means I have 3 rinks all within 15 miles/20 minutes of my house. What luxuries.

Use 'em or lose 'em folks.

Happy skating.
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Old June 29th, 2019, 10:27 AM   #2
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You hear a lot of pessimism in skating forums about the death of skating, how it is generally going downhill (not literally, I hate going downhill on skates as I can't stop very well!)

To counter that I was really pleased to find out there will be a THIRD rink in the Glasgow area throughout the summer as the INTU centre at Braehead converts their curling rink into a skating rink for 2 months.

https://intu.co.uk/braehead/events/rollerskating

Along with Rollerstop https://rollerstop.co.uk/ and RocknRoller https://www.rocknroller.co.uk/that now means I have 3 rinks all within 15 miles/20 minutes of my house. What luxuries.

Use 'em or lose 'em folks.

Happy skating.
doing a lot better then many rinks here in the usa it seems, more and more closures every year here.
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