Taking place from 24th - 27th October 2019, The Telegraph Ski & Snowboard Festival at the Evolution Centre in Battersea Park is the perfect October half term activity for the whole family, with activities including a skateboard zone, dog sledding, a Ferris wheel, ice skating and roller skiing.
Children from ages four to ten will also be able to take to the snow on Mount Battersea and try their hand at the mini ramps and slopes. At the Esprit Ski Kids Zone, youngsters aged three to eight can experience all the best things about an Esprit Ski family holiday as they take part in games, arts and crafts and songs across the weekend. For parents, the Esprit team will be on hand to discuss how to take the headache out of a family ski holiday and for little adventurers wanting to get involved, the Graystone Action Sports Academy is a fun and exciting option. Here, children can take part in taster sessions to learn new skills and the experts will also be putting on demonstrations to inspire the little ones to take up a new sport.
New features for this year include craft beer tasting, curling on the ice rink and sports taster sessions, as well as an authentic Street Food Village serving delicious alpine food and drinks, competitions and a fantastic line-up of live music, DJ sets and comedy.
Win a family ticket, for one day of your choice, to The Telegraph Ski & Snowboard Festival (Includes entry for two adults and two children under 16 with apres included).
simply email your answer to the following question, along with your postcode, to email@example.com
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Ts&Cs - Competition closes at midday on Tuesday 22 October. The prize does not include travel to or from the event. Tickets will be sent after midday on Tuesday 22nd October. All entrants must have a valid email address as tickets will be supplied as etickets. It is the entrant’s sole responsibility to ensure that their contact details are up to date. The ticket winner will be required to become a registered user of The Telegraph. Tickets are non-transferrable.