A children's adventure playground is in the midst of a £2 million refurbishment to provide youngsters with new and exciting experiences.
Snakes and Ladders, in Syon Park temporarily closed its doors on Friday (February 21) as it embarked on the multi-million pound works which will transform the 17,500 sq ft centre as it is stripped back to its girders.
Having provided families with indoor soft play adventures, popular parties and family fun for 19 years it was time for an upgrade, which will be ready in summer, hopefully in July.
A new roof with solar panels, a new floor and exciting new play equipment with fun themed zones will help make the centre unrecognisable when it re-opens.
Dingle Kirkwood, director of the four-strong group of play centres, said: “This is a major development for us and a significant business investment. We’ll be ploughing a huge sum into the complete renovation of the centre to create a fresh, new, exciting experience for our visitors.
“The scale of the building work means will we have to completely gut the centre before building it again from scratch. That’s ahead of installing the new equipment and giving the centre its new look. The whole process will take several months but will result in a state of the art indoor adventure play centre this summer. A second phase of development will address the outdoor play area. It’s all very exciting!”
Snakes and Ladders is running a competition to win a golden ticket to be among the first to see the newly refurbished centre.
To be in with a chance, go to snakes-and-ladders.co.uk where there is also a countdown to the grand re-opening.