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Old March 9th, 2007, 09:40 AM   #1
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Default London UK Easter Skating Festival (6-9th April)

Hope this is the right forum to post this in: please feel free to move it if not

We've just got the web site live for our big Easter event here in
London: it's a four day event covering all kinds of outdoor skating that goes on here, we're calling it the Easter Eggstravaganza, and the web site is at www.easterskate.co.uk

* extended-length Friday Night Skate (marshalled group street skate)
* demos, workshops etc on Saturday: free classes from London's ICP-affiliateds skate schools
* fancy dress Easter Sunday Bunny Stroll : easter bunny outfit not-quite-compulsory ;-)
* Treasure Hunt with Skate Patrol on Monday

It's also the first weekend of the year that Skate Patrol London run their clinics, so they'll be out on Sunday and Monday showing new skaters how to stop safely.

(On an entirely different subject, am I imagining it or do I see an influx of former rec.sport.skating.inline regulars here? Thought it was a bit quiet over there)
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