Teviotdale Leisure Centre Redevelopment
Soft Play set to open!
The adventure begins, 11 June!
Young adventurers are preparing to travel the seven seas as ‘Treasure Land’ the new multi-level pirate themed soft play at Teviotdale Leisure Centre (TLC) gets set to open its doors for the first time on Monday, 11 June at 09:00.
Offering hours of fun for little pirates, the three-level soft play has been developed on the centre’s old squash courts.
The soft play, open 09:00-18:00 most days, is part of a major facelift for TLC which began with the reopening of the Flume back in January followed by a raft of improvements which are expected to be fully completed in the coming months.
The centre’s busy café has also been modernised and gives people the perfect space to relax and have a bite to eat after a swim, fitness session or while the kids are enjoying the soft play.
Scott Weir, Live Borders Area Manager, explained: “We identified Teviotdale Leisure Centre as a hub for people and families to visit, stay and enjoy their time as well as to offer something to the region that creates a destination attraction.
“That along with making the facility financially sustainable and bring the facility into the modern era was our main aim.
“The soft play centre has been a long time coming and we are really excited and hope to see a lot of kids coming through and enjoying our facilities.”
For the more enthusiastic pirates, direct debit memberships to join the pirate crew will be available as well as casual visit prices.
The new fitness studio at Teviotdale Leisure Centre will open on Monday, 18 June.
The studio, part of the Soft Play development, will give users a vibrant and inspiring space for their fitness classes.
Live Borders is a charitable trust dedicated to offering leisure, sport and cultural activities within the Scottish Borders.