This week’s headlines….
Our regular Friday news round-up
This week’s round-up of headlines from the GAP Daily, just in case you didn’t see them.
Superbowl UK will open its latest venue in Ipswich in March 2018, after originally scheduling the opening for August this year.
BALPPA recently held its inaugural FEC Excellence Awards at Drayton Manor Hotel.
Inflata Nation is adding a third inflatable play park location in Runcorn, converting its former Jump Nation trampoline venue.
The other London, the one in Ontario, Canada, is getting a new family entertainment centre, built on the site of an old Kelloggs factory.
New Zealand attractions firm Rainbow’s End has appointed Karen Crabb as CEO, following the resignation of Chris Deere in August.
Champaign, Illinois-based Plaza Lanes hired Creative Works to produce a customised laser tag arena.
Photo booth specialist Digital Centre is offering seasonal frames and collages in its booths for the Christmas season.
Funshack is opening a new indoor play centre in Newcastle which it says will the biggest in Europe.
A new children’s play facility called Children’s Play Village is set to open next year in Warwick.
Hollywood Bowl has completed its final refurbishment of the year, with a £350,000 refurbishment of its centre at Norwich Riverside development.
Dutch fairy-tale theme park Efteling is launching a Virtual Droomvlucht in spring 2018 – a virtual version of its popular attraction Droomvlucht making the ride accessible for disabled visitors.
Mattel Play Liverpool has outlined its plans for a Thomas and Friends-styled 12 days of Christmas promotion for its young visitors