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Oxford City Junior Ice Hockey Club FREE Stick and puck sessions

We are offering young people aged 5-14 the opportunity to come to the Oxford Ice rink and try out our Stick and puck sessions for free. This fun session provides the basic fundamentals  of ice hockey,  including, ice skating, stick handling and puck skills. All…

We are offering young people aged 5-14 the opportunity to come to the Oxford Ice rink and try out our Stick and puck sessions for free.

This fun session provides the basic fundamentals  of ice hockey,  including, ice skating, stick handling and puck skills. All the equipment is provided. 

The session is coached on ice with CRB checked qualified coaches  in a safe environment.

The session provides a fun and exciting  insight to ice hockey in the hope that children will want to become more involved in the future.

The sessions run most sundays from 4.00pm; and though out the season we can offer free tickets to come and watch our 1st division mens team, The Oxford City Stars, as part of our offer. 

We are really keen to expose young people into our sport for fun and fitness, and to join our local family friendly home team.

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Who to contact

Contact Name
Jayne Harrison
Contact Position
Recruitment Officer
E-mail
jayne@hhmedical.plus.com
Website
http://www.oxfordjuniorstars.com

Where to go

Name
Oxford Ice Rink
Address
Oxpens Road
Oxford
Oxfordshire
Postcode
OX1 1RQ

Time / Date Details

When is it on
Sunday afternoons From 4pm (please check website prior to arrival)
Time of day
Afternoon
Evening

Other Details

Costs

Table of costs
Table of costs
AmountCost Type
Free Per session

Availability

Age Ranges
5-14

Additional Information

Providing services to
Children
Young people

Last checked on 19/04/2016

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