Roller disco launches in WSM - Business Leader News

Roller disco launches in WSM

A roller skating company is to launch its first roller skating disco in Weston-super-Mare as part of its continued investment across the South West.

Let’s Sk8 started with one event at Patchway Sports Centre this time last year and has steadily increased, now running regular roller disco sessions throughout Bristol.

Due to their success the firm is to launch three new roller discos in Weston-super-Mare, City Academy and Knowle and new monthly Saturday themed session for the over 18s at City Academy.

The Weston roller discos will take place at Hutton Moor Leisure Centre, in Hutton Moor Road, every month with the launch day taking place on July 21, at 5.30pm.

Managers Nicola Schorlee and Sharon Black said: “Let’s Sk8 is now one-year-old and we are extremely pleased with the growth that we have experienced.

“We are overwhelmed with requests and have therefore decided to launch more roller discos at venues across the region to inject even more fun into the local community whilst encouraging more people to exercise.

“We are thrilled to be launching new discos in Weston-super-Mare and are hopeful that they will draw huge crowds.

“Roller skating is increasing in popularity as it is one of those rare activities that families can enjoy together and is a great form of exercise, which supports the Governments attempt to tackle obesity.

“Roller skating can also burn up to 600 calories per hour, which is more than other traditional styles of exercise, such as aerobics and basketball.”

Let’s Sk8 is proud of its achievements and was recently selected by a Bristol healthy lifestyle programme for children aged seven – 13 as the activity that they would like to do, to celebrate their achievement.

Let’s Sk8 also accommodates birthday parties of all ages, Hen parties, Stag parties and is mobile – so it can go to any venue with its 200+ pairs of skates.

Let’s Skate is offering 10 per cent off its roller skating to customers of production of this newspaper article.

To find your nearest event call 07766 335799 or visit