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Frankie and Lola's in Inverness hoping to reopen next month with further easing of coronavirus lockdown restrictions


By Ian Duncan

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Peppa Pig and Lisa Lugton in the play area inside Frankie and Lola's.
Peppa Pig and Lisa Lugton in the play area inside Frankie and Lola's.

Staff at an Inverness indoor soft play centre are hoping to reopen the facility next month following the latest Government advice over easing Covid-19 lockdown restrictions.

Frankie and Lola's, which is next to the Asda superstore off the A8082, is hoping to be back in business from Monday, October 5.

A post on the business's Facebook page read: "Just a quick update following the further announcement from the Scottish Government which many of you will have no doubt seen.

"We have to delay opening for a short while yet. The new date (which is provisional) is Monday 5th October. This will be confirmed nearer the time.

"As always, our number one priority has to be the safety of you all but rest assured when it's safe to open, we look forward to welcoming you and all our lovely little people back. We hope you and your families remain well and safe."

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