"Volunteers: a veritable army of people from all walks of life who give their time, effort and expertise."
The team are gearing up for the next NISA Information Day in London. It will be held at Alexandra Palace on 11/06/17, between 12pm and 2pm.
Ice skating clubs up and down the country rely on devoted groups of volunteers. But for SPICE, their work simply wouldn’t be possible without them.
Spritely volunteer Tina Noble has been given the nickname ‘The Happy Aura’ due to her bright smile and positive persona at events.
Junior Synchro Team Solway Stars recently returned enriched from their trip Finland, having represented GB in the Junior ISU Synchronised Skating Development Seminar.
Jean Boot has loved ice skating since she was just 14 years old. She became a volunteer aged 21, and now at 70 she's still helping out.
When Ryan Candy got into ice skating by chance, he probably didn’t realise he would go on to become NISA’s youngest judge.
Gwyn Davies stepped onto the ice for the first time in 1989, and went on to become one of NISA’s longest-standing volunteers.