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Roller discos & outdoor skating

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Renaissance Rooms (Vauxhall)
http://www.renaissancerooms.co.uk
(Go early so you get time to skate when it is still empty. There is a skate instructor there too.)

Skating Heaven (London Bridge)
http://www.skatingheaven.com/

O2 Arena (spring/summer)
http://www.theo2.co.uk/event/roller-disco-20090704.html

Rollerworld (in Essex)
http://www.rollerworld.co.uk/

Roller City (in Welwyn Garden City, just north of London)
http://www.rollercity.co.uk

Rollback (Harrow)
http://www.rollbackskating.com/

The Silver Spoon, Wembley, Tel: 07071 881228

The Easy Peasy skate is suitable for beginners. The Sunday stroll is the most leisurely street skate.

T47 has a nice chilled family Sunday Skate which is great for beginners and is run by Samee who does Skate Heaven. There's a skate instructor there, maybe two if you're lucky.
http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=151068658242524

There's also a Monday night Learn to Skate at Manor House:
http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=143356309030225

I have heard the Tatum Park track is best for skating in the early morning through mid-day. There are speed skaters and sometimes skateboarders there from early afternoon through the evening so it can get hectic. The London Speed Skaters practice there on Sunday mornings if I remember correctly.

If anyone's out in jolly Essicks then this place seems pretty decent:
http://www.madisonmaldon.com/index.php? ... &Itemid=40

Skate lessons in London:
http://toskate.com/quadoldschoolrollerskating.html
Last edited by Ninjette on Fri Aug 27, 2010 9:24 am, edited 2 times in total.
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