THE LANES ARE OPENING IN JULY
The feel-good sound of bowling balls crashing through a set of pins to shouts of ‘Strike!’ will soon return to Leeds and Bradford, after Hollywood Bowl announced it is planning to re-open its centres from 4th July.
In accordance with the current Government guidelines, 54 centres across the country will welcome back friends and family to enjoy the fun and excitement of ten pin bowling for the first time since Hollywood Bowl temporarily closed its centres across the UK due to lockdown restrictions in March.
Whilst centres in Scotland and Wales are likely to remain temporarily closed until later in July, Hollywood Bowl has been working hard to put stringent safety and cleaning measures and guidance in place at its centres to welcome back its customers and team members for its unique all-round family fun experience.
The re-opening of centres in England will see the introduction of enhanced cleaning and social distancing measures, with customer guidance throughout the centres also in place. Each centre will reduce the number of lanes in play by only using alternate lanes to provide extra space between each game taking place. Amusement machines, as well as bar and diner seating, will be appropriately spaced out and signage will be visible throughout the venue to remind customers to maintain a safe distance from others.
There will be reduced customer capacity at centres to ensure that social distancing measures can be adhered to, and groups will be restricted a maximum of six people with bowlers asked to arrive slightly ahead of their booking time.
Customers are now able to make bookings for centres in England via the Hollywood Bowl website, with bowling slots being available from 4th July. Should Government guidelines change and centres in England not be able to reopen as planned, full refunds on all bookings will be available.
Visit www.hollywoodbowl.co.uk to find your nearest bowling and family entertainment centre and book.