Playtown, along with other soft play centers located in areas below Tier 3, has been subject to a tighter lockdown under tighter restrictions.
A former soft play center in Southport has announced its reopening after it was converted into a fitness and entertainment center for children.
The team says its fitness and entertainment center will focus on helping children “through this difficult time.
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Instead, the focus will be on the “physical, nutritional and mental health” of children to help them through the pandemic.
The Playtown team has now gone to its Facebook page to announce that it will reopen tomorrow (Friday, October 30th) with all soft games removed and the previous frames now classified as “obstacle course”.
“In view of this, we will reopen with the same booking system from Friday, October 30th. All soft play will be removed from the frame (all loose items), but both frames will be open for use and will now be classified as an obstacle course.
According to the Post, Playtown will also include a dance studio, cheerleading classes, ballet classes and other physical activities.
The communication says: “We will re-profile ourselves as a fitness and entertainment center for children. We will focus on the physical and mental health of children to help them through this difficult time.
“Our EHO has given the green light and we have carried out a full, substantial risk assessment accordingly.
“We will include a dance studio, cheerleading classes, ballet classes and other physical activities. We will provide additional nutritional advice to those who need it.
“I thank you all very much for your support.
The team said that they think this change is important because they hope it will have “a bigger and better impact” on the children.
They also confirmed that the Halloween events will take place as planned.