Ice Rink Canary Wharf in association with Tresor Paris invites you to participate in the ‘Longest Conga on Ice’ world record attempt to help us raise money for the BBC Children in Need Appeal.
Registration is free so secure your place in the record books by participating in the 300 strong ice-skating conga line which will wrap around our spectacular ice rink and London’s only skate path.
This is a special event with all proceeds going directly to the BBC Children in Need Appeal.
Tuesday 12th of November 2013
6pm — 6.30pm Registration
(Suggested donation of £5 on the night)
6.45pm On-ice tips from our expert skate coach
7.15pm Record attempt
7.30 Free skate
All participants will receive a Tresor Paris teddy bear to take home on the night, a post event certificate for taking part and a ticket for a return skate. BBC Children in Need will also be in attendance on the night to film the conga for the live show.
A number of fantastic prizes will be raffled on the evening to help support the fundraising for BBC Children in Need including a three month Reebok Sports Club membership, a complimentary meal for two at the Marriott Manhattan Grill Restaurant, two pairs skates from the London Skate Centre and exclusive jewellery from Tresor Paris.
Live music can be enjoyed free of charge after the conga in Boisdale’s Jukebox Bar at the rink.
To register please email your full name and phone number with the ‘Longest Conga on Ice’ as the subject to email@example.com. RSVP by Monday the 11th of November for this once in a lifetime opportunity. Our recommended donation to BBC Children in Need is £5 payable on the night. All children must be accompanied by an adult.
Tresor Paris will also be donating jewellery and will auction off a pair of one-off crystallised skates which are currently proudly displayed in their on-site pop-up shop.