The indoor play sector already has COVID-secure guidelines signed off by the Health & Safety Executive, Public Health England and the Government however we are yet to receive any information when we are likely to be allowed to open.
Indoor aquariums, gyms. bowling alleys, trampoline parks, swimming pools, arcades, ice skating. climbing centres pubs and massage parlours are all considered a lower risk despite many being in smaller, less airy building without a modern air handling system (Our system filters and changes the air over 7 times an hour) and the fact that many worldwide studies are showing that children are a very low risk of contracting or passing on the virus amongst themselves. https://post.parliament.uk/analysis/covid-19-children-and-schools/
Our regular customers will already know about our extremely high standards of cleanliness, but we would like you to know that we have enhanced our cleaning regime, added extra sanitizing stations, signage and foot door pulls in the staff areas, as well as track & trace measures. Tables have been re-arranged to create an even more socially distanced cafe area for parents.
In addition to daily cleaning of the equipment we will be fogging as well. This is a process where an antibaterial solution that lasts up to 30 days is applied as the name suggests by using a machine that creates a mist so that no touch points are not covered. This will be carried out on a weekly basis.
We have removed the balls from our ball pool, not that they are of any particular extra risk, more as a reassurance to the generlal public.
What to do if you have a party booked in the next few weeks