Ice hockey players and ice skaters in Grimsby, who have been campaigning for their local rink to reopen, are celebrating after councillors today agreed to spend more than £200,000 to install a temporary rink in the town. And they announced plans to look for a private investor to build a new centre. Fiona Dwyer reports.
Former Conservative MP Neil Hamilton and his wife Christine have spent the day in Grimsby and they revealed they are backing the campaign to save the town's Ice Rink. Neil is now the Deputy Chairman of UKIP and James Webster caught up with him and his wife.
A special meeting has been called to discuss plans to reopen Grimsby's ice rink. It has been closed for weeks after the refrigeration system failed. There has been a campaign in the town to keep it open after the council said it needed to take the high cost of repairs into account. James Webster reports