Take a look inside Gloucestershire’s newest play park … – Gloucestershire Live

The new centre was welcomed by adults and their children heading through its doors and it is good news for the area after the recent closure of a similar facility Magicland in Cirencester.

A second level has been added to the toddler and baby area with a new interactive area and there is also a menu with a selection of hot and cold dishes with #8216;free-from#8217; options.

Sam Townsend brought his friends along to celebrate his fifth birthday, while there were plenty of smiles seen from Theodore and Arty Williams enjoying some of the equipment.

Complimentary face painting and balloon modelling was offered by the new owner Richard Oates and his staff.

A total of £30,000 has been spent on The Play Farm in the Brewery Quarter with two new racing slides, sensory lights and child-friendly furniture.

Families have had their first look inside a revamped play park in Cheltenham.

It was a busy first day for the business, which is under new ownership, and youngsters had plenty of fun in the ball pit and on the climbing frames.

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