Terms & Conditions for Skating Rink Use


JIM & TONIC reserves the right to refuse admission to the skate rink and/or the venue.

JIM & TONIC reserves the right to conduct security searches to ensure the safety of all visitors.

JIM & TONIC shall be entitled to request visitors to leave the venue at any time. 

JIM & TONIC shall be entitled to remove anyone from the venue who is under the influence of drugs or alcohol or who, in the reasonable opinion of JIM & TONIC, is conducting themselves in a manner inappropriate to their continued attendance.

Smoking, including E cigarettes, is not permitted within the skate rink or changing area. 

Only food and drink that has been purchased from the on-site vendors can be consumed within the designated skate rink area. 

No food or drink should be consumed within the skate rink or changing area.

JIM & TONIC reserves the right to close the skate rink and access to areas within the grounds around the skate rink at short notice and without prior warning if necessary.

By entering the site, visitors consent to being photographed, filmed or recorded as visitors of the skate rink, and consent to such photographs, films or recordings being used by JIM & TONIC to publicize the facilities in the future.

Skating under the influence of alcohol is not permitted and JIM & TONIC reserves the right to remove those deemed to be a risk to the safety of others.


Children under the age of 4 are not permitted on the ice

Children under the age of 12 must be accompanied on the ice by a parent or guardian over the age of 13 in the interests of safety

Admission to the Skate Rink is through the operator only. 

Admission is subject to the rules and regulations of the skate rink and venue.

Admission is for a 20 minute, specifically timed session and includes skate hire.

Sessions will begin and end every 30 minutes, on the hour and half hour, from 11:00 (start of the first session) until 20:00, end of the last session.

Each session is 20 minutes long, from the session start time. 

Patrons will be allowed entry after the session has started but will have less time on the rink. 

Patrons will not be permitted to continue skating once their allocated session is over.

Filming & Photography

By participating in any activities at JIM & TONIC, you consent to being photographed, filmed and/or otherwise recorded. Your entry to the venue constitutes your consent to such photography, filming and/or recording and to any use, in any and all media throughout the universe in perpetuity.

You are allowed to take photographs for personal use.

For health and safety reasons, selfie sticks, large cameras, video cameras or audio recording devices are not allowed on the ice. 

The use of tripods is not permitted anywhere on-site for safety reasons.

Should you have professional filming and photography enquiry, please be aware prior approval is required in writing from the JIM & TONIC or VASTINT Marketing teams.

Should you wish to make a professional film or photography enquiry pertaining to JIM & TONIC, it's venue or activities, please contact Sam Munton - sam@jimandtonic.com.

Skate Aids

JIM & TONIC is obliged to limit the number (2 on busy sessions) of Skate Aids on the ice. 

Skate aids are available on a first come first serve basis. 

Skate aids are only available to skaters who are 1.1 m in height and below or 1.2 m in skates.


In the event any session is cancelled or curtailed after payment has been made, affected patrons will be offered an alternative session (subject to availability). 

In the unlikely event that the venue manager deems it necessary to close the rink, you will be refunded your admission amount. 

If you have been removed from the skate rink or venue for inappropriate behavior, you will not be offered a refund and will not be offered an alternative session.


Participating in skating activities carries an inherent risk.

Any participation is totally at the users own risk. 

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 participate without endangering themselves or other participants whilst skating.