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Zoe’s Place to benefit from huge charity party on ice at Liverpool Ice Festival

Liverpool Ice Festival has brought smiles to thousands so far this winter as their second year on the Pier Head is in full icy swing.

Tomorrow (Thursday) a special charity event will be held from 6-9pm, raising money for charities across the country including Liverpool’s very own Zoe’s Place.

READ MORE: 7 reasons why you need to check out the Liverpool Ice Festival

King of the dance floor at the moment, Anton Powers will be on hand to provide the tunes, and local lad Liam Hincks will also take to the decks. 50% of every ticket sold will go to Global’s Make Some Noise.

James Anderson, Arena Ice Commercial Director says: “This is our second year at Liverpool’s iconic Pier Head and the charity skate – is in support of Global’s Make Some Noise, which gives a voice to small charities and projects across the UK that struggle to raise awareness, including Zoe’s Place in Liverpool.”

Anyone wanting to join in and skate for a great cause can purchase tickets at www.icefestivalliverpool.co.uk

Adult skate tickets are priced £11.50 / teenagers13-15, OAPs, students & concs £10.50/children 3-12 years £9.50/family (2+2 or 3+1) £36.

James Anderson, Arena Ice Commercial Director says: “This is our second year at Liverpool’s iconic Pier Head and the charity skate – is in support of Global’s Make Some Noise, which gives a voice to small charities and projects across the UK that struggle to raise awareness, including Zoe’s Place in Liverpool.”

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Liverpool Christmas Ice Festival

This years Liverpool Ice Festival runs throughout Christmas and is open daily, seven days a week. This year the new Ice Blast ride and Santa’s brand new Grotto joins regular favourite attractions the Ice Bar, Christmas Market, 30ft Ice Slide and that mighty icy Ferris Wheel.

Keep up to date with the Liverpool Ice Festival on Twitter and send us your selfies from the Pier Head too @TheGuideLpool.

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