South Cambs bankrolls ice rink following explosive discovery

By Martin Ford | 30 November 2018

An extra £550,000 has been invested in a permanent ice rink by South Cambridgeshire DC after buried explosives were discovered during construction.

The council had already agreed in September 2016 to provide a £1.85m loan to Cambridge Leisure and Ice Centre (CLIC) for the new venue, which is being built on the edge of Cambridge.

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