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We are about to undergo a massive transformation which will take the centre to an all new level. The plans include a brand new party centre, several new features to be installed, a new and improved under 5’s area and improved access facilities.

Lemur Landings Logo 2016To allow for some of the work to be completed, the week beginning Monday 9th January, Lemur Landings will be shut to the public for 5 days. We are sorry for the inconvenience but we have outside contractors and our own maintenance team working throughout the whole site to install several new attractions.

Work began back in October; we have been building a brand new party centre which is nearly ready to open. This new party centre will increase the capacity of each individual room and be situated in a new more convenient location for both staff and customers. Work will also get underway on installing exciting new features for younger visitors including a SkyTykes low ropes course and a 'DigiWall' which will allow for intergenerational play, even mum and dad can have a go!

Speaking on behalf the Lemur Attractions Group, Group Marketing Director Jackie Richmond said: “This is a really exciting time and everyone has been working so hard to make it all a reality. This shutdown week is going to be a tough and long week, but afterwards, we will be on the home straight and very nearly ready to show everything off to the public. After all the work we feel Lemur Landings will no longer be a traditional soft play centre, but a next-generation family entertainment venue.”

The Lemur Attractions Group would like to take this opportunity to thank all our customers for their continued patience whilst we make improvements to the centre.  We truly believe your little lemurs will love everything we are doing.

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