Even if you have never skated before come and try figure skating with us! All abilities are welcome .
University of Southampton Figure Skating Club is open to all abilities, year groups and genders. We hold weekly skates at the Basingstoke Ice Rink with regular socials that include a variety of activities. There is also the chance to get in touch with coaches and progress if this is something you are interested in however it is not required to be part of the society. If your looking for a society that has opportunities to meet new friends and have a laugh with people who don't take themselves too seriously then this is the club for you!
*** You do not require a UoS Gym Membership to be member of this society***
These are the current membership plans offered by Figure Skating Club, although many groups offer a free period for new members to try out their group.
Year Membership (£120) With this membership you will have free access to the ice rink as part of the weekly society skating session as well as a group lesson each week with an ice skating coach teaching by the Skate U.K. Program. This also includes off ice training and all other goings on in the society.
***No Sports and Wellbeing Membership Required***
This Years Committee
All student groups within the Students' Union are run entirely by students. The student committee for Figure Skating Club this year are:
Laura Dickens President
Rebecca Fitzgibbon Social Secretary
Phoebe Cooper Treasurer
Charlotte Dean Health and Safety
In I Au Vice President
Charlotte Dean Events Officer
Lauren Hoven Publicity Officer
Contact Figure Skating Club
If you've got any questions or want to find out more, either email the group directly, or fill in the form below:
The Tamil Society brings together those who are captivated with the ideas and traditions of Tamil culture. It aims to organise social, cultural and sports events in order to raise money for charities and other worthy causes, as well as providing opportunities for individuals to participate in inter-university competitions. We hope that in the future, Tamil Society will become a gravitation point for people of all kinds to learn about the unique nature of Tamil culture, and South-Asian culture in general.