It was all hands-on deck on Saturday (9 April) as Pirates Landing, a new soft play centre on Elms Walk at Elms Field, opened their doors for a special preview event, before fully opening to the public on Sunday 10 April.
The new pirate themed soft play centre brings together a fantastic play area, with everything from slides, ball pits, climbing frames to interactive games, along with a café area providing delicious lunches and snacks throughout the day.
There’s also a fabulous pirate ship seating area, designed to be the perfect space for children’s parties as children can remain in the heart of the play space throughout their special event, rather than being tucked away in a separate room.
Sarah Morgan, assistant director of commercial property, said: “We’re really pleased to welcome Pirates Landing to our Elms Field regeneration. Whilst their original opening was delayed by the pandemic they are an amazing business and well worth the wait. We’re sure they will be a real hit with local families for years to come.
“This is their second Pirates Landing venture and, when we saw the quality of their first centre in Camberley along with the great customer reviews, we knew they would be the perfect fit for Wokingham town centre. They pride themselves on their friendly customer service, ensuring that families have a fantastic day out, along with a focus on high quality play equipment which is always kept immaculate.”
Chris Jefferson, owner of Pirates Landing, said: “Our goal at Pirates Landing is to make a positive impact on the lives of the families in the communities we serve. The passionate team at Pirates Landing will always provide a first class ‘Captains’ experience.”
The new Pirates Landing soft play centre is located on Elms Walk adjacent to the Elms Field park and close to the Everyman Cinema. The centre is open seven days a week and is suitable for all children up to the age of 12 years.
To find out more about the facility, or to book a slot to play, go to the Pirates Landing website.
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