London – Ice Rink Canary Wharf, In association with Tresor Paris will be attempting to break the world record for the longest conga on ice next Tuesday 12th November to raise money for BBC Children In Need.
The world record attempt will see a 300 strong conga line wrapping around the spectacular Ice Rink Canary Wharf which features London’s only skate path.
The current world record for the longest conga on ice is held by the Phillips Exeter Academy in New Hampshire, USA in 2011 consisting of 259 participants.
Ice Rink Canary Wharf invites you to take part in this special event to raise money for the BBC Children In Need Appeal by emailing: email@example.com
Fundraising activity will take place at Ice Rink Canary Wharf throughout the day and there will also be some special prizes for the fundraisers. These prizes include over 100 skating tickets for Ice Rink Canary Wharf, gym membership at Reebok Sports Club, a meal for two at the Marriott Manhattan restaurant and matching his and hers skates from the London Skate Centre.
Tresor Paris will also be donating jewellery and will auction off a pair of one-of-a-kind crystallized skates which are currently proudly displayed in their on-site pop-up shop.
Ice Rink Canary Wharf is also proudly sponsored by Canary Wharf Group, Samsung UHD TV, Dow Jones and Toggle Mobile and is supported by media partners The Wall Street Journal and Runwild Media Group, who publish Canary Wharf Magazine.
Situated in the heart of Canary Wharf, at Canada Square Park, the ice rink is just one of the many attractions on offer. Home to 300 shops, cafes, bars and restaurants within four retail malls, Canary Wharf is the perfect destination for a shopping trip or evening meal. During weekends and Bank Holidays visitors can enjoy three hours of free parking in Canary Wharf when they spend £10 in any of the shops, cafes, bars, and restaurants.
Open seven days a week with the exception of Christmas day – visit icerinkcanarywharf.com for the full schedule of skating session times.