Oxford Ice Rink
Oxpens Rd, Oxford OX1 1RX, UK
About Oxford Ice Rink
Oxford Ice Rink is a 56 × 26m ice rink located on Oxpens Road in Oxford, England. It is a ten-minute walk from Oxford city centre and railway station. The rink offers plenty of fun for all ages and abilities, from general skating, disco, family and mother & toddler sessions to skate training and ice hockey.
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