An indoor entertainment hub is getting ready to make its official return to Chester after more than a decade's absence.

The Tenpin bowling alley will officially open its doors next month at Chester Retail Park, the first time the venue has been in the city since it closed at the Greyhound Retail Park in November 2013, at what is now an Asda superstore.

Family-friendly fun will be offered in a variety of ways at the new centre, with the main attraction being 28 lanes of tenpin bowling across two floors, each with lane lighting effects.

Read more at: Chester Standard

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