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SKATE CODE OF CONDUCT

RULES & CODE OF CONDUCT

 

We aim to create a fun and safe environment to skate and have fun with family and friends.

The sessions are open to everyone regardless of ability.

Our staff are welcoming and very helpful and our instructors are qualified. Once you have mastered the first steps to skating you will be back for more fun – Keeping active and keeping you Rollin' with Wheelie!

All guests under the age of 12 must be accompanied by an adult at all times. You are not required to skate but must be on site at all times.

Everyone wishing to skate will be issued a pair of hire skates. Skaters with their own equipment will need a safety check, if the equipment is deemed unsafe for our venue, you will need to purchase hire skates.

We supply protective wear – pads and wrist protectors, these are to be returned at the end of the session. If you choose not to use the supplied pads and wrist protectors G&J Entertainment Ltd will not be liable for any injuries.

You will be required to remove skates if you wish to purchase drinks/food and these must be consumed outside of the skating area.

For safety reasons you will also be required to remove your skates if you wish to use the toilet facilities.

You must NOT push or trip other skaters or staff. Any behaviour deemed dangerous or unfair to our skating guests or Wheelie staff will be dealt with accordingly.

No guests will be able to skate if they are wearing unsuitable attire.

Wheelie Roller Disco has a NO hat policy, you will be asked to remove these before you enter the skating area.

You must not chew gum whilst skating.

The management, Skate Rangers and Crew of G&J Entertainment Ltd reserve the right to refuse entry and/or remove any guests behaving to the detriment of others.

 

The Management,

G&J Entertainment Ltd

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