Tiptree Artistic Roller Skating Club
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Tiptree Artistic Roller Skating club was founded in 1986 and has gone from strength to strength over the decades. Initially set up as a general fun skate club, over the years with assistance initially from Peter Fox, Brian & Shirley Johnston, and then Denise and Jean Rollings Tiptree has become one of the top artistic roller skating clubs in Great Britain.

Over the various years Tiptree are proud to have had many British Figure and Free skating champions in their club along with having skaters from Tiptree also represent Great Britain in competitions across Europe.

Tiptree is a voluntarily run club and without the dedication and support from not just the coaches and committee members but also the parents, the club would not be where it is today.

We cater for all standards of skating from beginners through to more advanced and all ages are welcome. If you are just starting out we offer two sessions, one on a Saturday morning and one on a Wednesday evening at Tiptree Sports Centre as follows:

Saturday mornings 9am to 10.30am (3.00) for fun and coaching
Wednesday evenings 5.30pm to 6.30pm (1.50) for more fun.

We have a number of skates available for hire if you do not own your own
(however, if you want to bring your own then they must not have been used outdoors!).

The aim of our club is to make every effort to encourage skaters into the sport and as well as learning new skills and progressing in their free skating, to also have fun along the way. If you are interested in visiting our club please pop in to see us on Saturday mornings at Tiptree Sports Centre and you can see for yourself what we are all about.

Please also feel free to look around our website, where we have all the details you require along with our gallery of pictures from past and present.

Denise Rollings
TARSC Chairperson