Xscape Milton Keynes says that the reopening of its hospitality and leisure businesses have been a success.
Xscape welcomed back its activity brands last week, including the likes of Snozone, Hollywood Bowl, iFly, Gravity Trampoline Park and Funstation.
With indoor leisure facilities and indoor dining reopening simultaneously, the influx of visitors is being safely managed with a one-way system, sanitiser stations and the close monitoring of face-coverings, visitor capacity and social distancing measures.
Visitors are encouraged to pre-book activities and indoor dining where possible to help manage the flow and capacity within the centre.
Nick Coppock, General Manager at Xscape Milton Keynes, said: “Both our centre team and our brands have worked so hard over the last few months to make sure we were ready to welcome back our visitors in a safe and secure way.
"We’re in the business of making memories and our centre just isn’t the same without the atmosphere created by our visitors, big and small. We’re now looking forward to the year ahead when we can all finally enjoy some much-needed leisure time spent with friends and family.”
Cineworld also reopened last week, after the chain closed in October 2020 to seek new funding.
Elizabeth Morris, Cineworld General Manager, added: “We are so excited to be open, ready to welcome back our customers to Cineworld – the best place to watch a movie. We have such an exciting schedule of films coming up this year including Cruella, Peter Rabbit 2, Fast & Furious 9 and of course, Mr. Bond himself. The feedback from customers has been amazing, they can’t wait to feel more of that movie magic once again!”