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Silver Blades, Gillingham

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Fun & Games Sports Complex
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  • The worst place we have ever had a party at! From start to finish was stressful and extremely disorganised! We arrived on time at 6:30, a few people were running late due to an accident but the majori...  more »
  • Wonderful day out for the whole family.Become a member before going to the complex and you can benefit from the great membership.  more »
  • We went to Invicta Dynamos vs Solent Devils as Ice Hockey virgins and enjoyed a really good couple of hours. The seating is basic and a bit dirty but was OK. The main criticism is that the announcemen...  more »
  • Travelled from Ramsgate to Silver Blades for their Parent and Toddler session yesterday. Honestly such a good idea, was my little girls first time ice skating, she is 3 in September and was impressed at the £5 entrance fee for us both. The staff were very welcoming and very helpful. There was a coach there to help with getting your child to skate, along with toys and the ice rink was pretty much empty so gave my daughter a chance to do what she wanted. Such a wonderful session and we both thoroughly enjoyed ourselves, can't recommend it highly enough.
  • I took my youngest to meet his friends here lunchtime on a Saturday to mid afternoon. It was £12 entry with skate hire for him and £2 for me to just watch. Was busy with a lot of teens though you had groups from all ages. There was a good atmosphere, only a few of the typical show offs though they were late teens. The facilities are fine, a cafe serving the usual hot and cold food and beverages. The rink looked in good condition and the place was well maintained even though I came here when I was young. Plenty of seating round the rink though obviously wrap up as it's cold. If your want to slide around on the ice then this place is pretty alright for that.
  • Utterly grim ice rink. There's no lift, so if you have a hockey bag you're out of luck if it's a difficult weight, size or you're a goalie. The changing rooms aren't big enough for a team, or even half a team. There isn't even a sink in the changing rooms to wash your hands after using the toilet, or to fill your water bottle. The matting around the edge of the rink is in a terrible state. It's a trip hazard, and in places has so little grip you slip and fall. The ice is poor too. The painted lines are missing in big chunks and the ice is poorly maintained, often too wet, big divots. The boards and perspex don't fit. Compared to other rinks, Gillingham has a lot to live up to.
  • It's decent enough, maybe a little pricey if you don't have an ice card or your own skates. The toilets though need some attention as they are pretty tired and rank.
  • Visited for a kids party. First comment is that they loved it, once on the ice. They were looked after for a while by a coach who got them to move around behind a penguin. The food is the best of all the local kids-party venues - a good variety, well-cooked, especially the chips! The party organiser was anything but. It took us 20 minutes from the start of the party until we were on the ice. Noone was sure what was going on really. But the kids loved it, so that's the most important thing!