Ice Skating at Tingley Garden Centre, Leeds

Tingley Garden Centre is thrilled to introduce a BRAND NEW, enchanting addition to our winter wonderland – AN ICE RINK!

Get ready to bring your whole family together for an unforgettable experience that will fill your hearts with Christmas cheer.

Christmas is all about spending quality time with your loved ones, and our ice rink is the perfect place to do just that. Gather your family and friends and make cherished memories on the ice!

We have a limited number of Penguin and Banana skate aids available, book online to avoid disappointment!

“Castleford Tigers partners had a fantastic time Ice Skating for an exclusive event with Tingley Garden Centre, we are really grateful to have been able to offer this to our partners as it allows us add more value to their partnerships with the club and gives them a festive “money can’t buy experience” where they can enjoy some family time whilst interacting with our players”
Laura Kirk Commercial Director Castleford Tigers

If you are interested in booking the Ice Rink for Christmas 2025 for larger groups including companies, schools, clubs or for a private experience please contact [email protected]

Experience the Magic of Winter at Tingley Garden Centre’s Ice Rink.

@leedsplussocial Get your skates on Leeds ⛸️ there's a new ice rink in the city for Christmas! ❄️ This place looks amazing and is now open 🤩 Tingley Garden Centre have gone all out this year, plus they've a new Santa's Grotto experience – with spaces left too! 🎅 Skate sessions are 50 minutes long, with free parking, festive grub and skate aids for all abilities. And if you book a visit to see the big man 🎅 it's off to 'Elf School' for an immersive journey through three festive scenes complete with live performers 😯 You also get to pick your own Christmas gift from to Santa's Toy Shop! Christmas shopping still to do? The centre is open late Monday to Saturday until the big day 🛍️ Search ‘Tingley Garden Centre’ to book! #leeds #tingleygardencentre #christmas #icerink #santasgrotto ♬ original sound – Leeds+








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Ice Skating Rink at Tingley Garden Centre

Safety information and acknowledgment of risk

We want all our visitors to have an enjoyable experience, so safety is our priority. As the activity may involve risk, all visitors must read and agree through signature to the following safety information – no exceptions!

The Ice Rink is an unsupervised area. All children aged 8 and under must be accompanied and supervised by a responsible adult with a ticket on the ice, who must ensure all in their care understand and follow the safety information and instructions. If your child is over 8 years of age up to the age of 16, they must have a responsible adult supervising them from the FREE spectating area or supervised by a responsible adult with a ticket on the ice. Anyone not following instructions will not be permitted on the ice and may be asked to leave, with no refund being given.

You must be physically and mentally able to take part in activities. If you are in doubt, speak with a member of our team, however this is ultimately your decision as some activities are high up and require a degree of fitness and ability.

If you have a pre-existing medical condition that may affect your ability on an activity, or are pregnant, you must fully assess your suitability before taking part

Equipment provided must be worn correctly for the duration of the activity

With the nature of these activities, despite safety measures put in place, there is still a risk of injury which could range from a minor scrape, to broken bones and in extreme cases, death. By agreeing to this safety information you are acknowledging these risks

Do not force others to do activities they are not comfortable with and do not push, pull or move others if they are struggling and need help – get a member of our team to assist

If you see any damaged equipment, report it to a member of our team immediately

No food or drink to be taken on the ice

All equipment and items belonging to Tingley Garden Centre must remain within the ice rink area

Wear appropriate footwear and clothing for the weather and activities

If we experience severe adverse weather such as strong winds, ice, snow or thunderstorms, we may be forced to close

If instructed by a member of our team to exit the ice rink, you should do so immediately

Any person found to be in possession of an article deemed to be offensive or dangerous will be immediately escorted from the ice rink, without any right to a refund.

No alcohol can be brought into the ice rink premises. Any persons found possessing alcohol, or who appear to be under the influence of alcohol, may be refused admission to the ice rink or escorted from the site without any right to a refund. 

Stay vigilant on the ice in order to avoid other skaters, objects or conditions on the ice surface.  

It is important that all staff and visitors are to be treated with respect. We will not tolerate any violent, rude or abusive behaviour whether this is verbal or physical. In event of such behaviour the management reserve the right to ask visitors to leave the site.

All skaters skate at entirely their own risk. The Event Organiser or Management will not be responsible for any injury, loss or damage incurred. Anyone with any medical conditions, serious previous injuries, recently broken bones, knee or joint problems, head injuries, pregnancy, mobility problems, or taking prescribed drugs should carefully consider whether it is safe for them to participant without endangering themselves or other participants whilst skating. By participating in ice skating, skaters and spectators are deemed to have knowledge of, and assume the risks that are associated with ice skating. These include but are not limited to –

– Injuries that result from collision or contact with other skaters or individuals on the ice.

– Injuries that involve objects, structures, or obstructions within the intended path of travel of the skater on the ice.

– Injuries that result from slips, trips, and falls.

– All skaters and spectators agree to follow our event Do’s and Don’ts. These can be found displayed at the event.   

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