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Curling Rinks In Aberdeen
Curling Rinks In Aberdeen
Where To Go Curling In Aberdeenshire Grampian Scotland UK
Aberdeen boasts a new curling centre in Summerhill which is open to everyone from novice through to professional players.
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Beginners can go to professionally run classes to learn the rules of curling and the proper techniques. This is an excellent opportunity for children and adults to develop their skills in the national game of Scotland.
The rink plays host too many National and International events, so pre-booking is recommended.
The sheet (the name for the ice lane, there at 6 at the arena) can get quite cold, so do wrap up warm. Rubber soled shoes are recommended so that you can slide along the ice, though special blue plastic overshoes are available to wear.
There are facilities for the disabled including wheelchair users.
For the opening hours and time see their website below.
Contact Details Address And Website Of Curl Aberdeen
Tel: (01224) 810369
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