Northampton indoor activity centre reopens with new name after coronavirus lockdown
'We're ready to welcome our loyal customers back and offer our new customers a great experience'
One of the newest additions to Northampton town centre is reopening after the coronavirus lockdown with a new name today (Monday, May 17).
The site is connected to Gravity, the activity centre with trampolines, a big ball pit, a climbing wall, a football pitch and a cafe in the unit above, which opens on Thursday.
Michael Harrison, the co-founder of Gravity, which operates parks around the UK, said: "Reopening is an opportunity to relaunch.
"Like many businesses, we didn't get much of a chance after we first opened during the summer of 2020, but we're ready to welcome our loyal customers back and offer our new customers a great experience in Northampton.
"Gravity Social is a better fit for our offering. It reflects our business and is a name and brand synonymous with venues across the country.
"We're bringing lots of fun and entertainment through our doors, with live bands, comedy, acoustic nights, live sports, family days, and much more.
"We can't wait, and believe we're at the beginning of a real movement to reinvigorate and reinvent what's happening on the high street. Gravity Social is just one part of that movement."
During the lockdown, Sol Central has undergone a complete refurbishment in the hope families, young people and adults will flock to the venue once it opens its doors.
Gravity Social is encouraging customers to pre-book tables and activities, so they do not miss out by visiting gravity-uk.com or calling 0330 1595815.