Cardiff Blues Exclusive Ice Skating at Winter Wonderland Ticket Winner
21 December 2004 00:00
This Christmas the stars of Cardiff Blues will be joining hundreds of junior Blues fans from across the region at the bmibaby Ice Rink on Wednesday 29th December for an exclusive ice skating session.
The winner of the final two tickets for this event in the cardiffblues.com competition is: David llewellyn Edwards, Fairwater in Cardiff.
The festive occasion will give junior supporters the chance to meet the stars of Cardiff Blues and enjoy a morning's skating on the centrepiece of the Cardiff Winter Wonderland.
Cardiff Blues Commercial Manager Tina Tew said, "This is a great opportunity for junior Blues fans to meet the players that they cheer on week in week out from the stands. It's also a Christmas treat for all the support they've given to the players during the first half of the season. What better time and place than at the Winter Wonderland during the Christmas Holidays.
"The demand for tickets has been immense as we've been inundated with people wanting to join in the exclusive ice skating session."
If you haven't managed to get any tickets, don't worry too much, you can still come long, meet the stars of the Blues and join in the fun off the ice." Public skating begins at 11am.
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