Site could house an ice rink, too
LIKE all Mayoral candidates I welcome the latest progress towards our arena.
I have a simple question for the arena designers. And Post readers may like to comment, too.
Within the arena complex, would it be possible to incorporate our new ice rink? All the logistics will already be there - transport links, utilities and catering. And the ice rink would attract visitors during the day, at weekends and in the school holidays.
Logic tells me that, as the seats in the arena climb up away from the stage, there will be space underneath. And this space, if well organised, could accommodate our ice rink. A design challenge, I know, but not one that's insurmountable.
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I recognise that for some of the larger concert events it would be necessary to close the ice rink early, say around 6.00pm. But a little time table reorganisation could resolve this.
I was disappointed when Unite Accommodation said it was closing our current ice rink. But the city that gave the world the talents of Robin Cousins should not be without a top-class ice rink. Rise to the challenge you arena designers, and lets have our ice rink and Bristol arena built together.
Respect Party candidate for Mayor of Bristol