Holbeach's Petite Street is due to reopen next week
A play centre is due to be reopening its doors next week.
Petite Street closed earlier this year due to the pandemic but it's social media account is reporting that it will be reopening on Friday, November 6.
Opening last year, the play centre is a tiny town for children to role play in themed rooms such as a police station, fire station, doctors, vets and a builders’ yard.
It was the is the realisation of a long-cherished dream of early years teacher Sophie Sandford.
A statement on the social media account states: "We are so excited to announce that we will be opening our doors from Friday 6th November!
"Our session times have changed slightly to 10:30-12:00 and 13:00-14:30 to allow more time for cleaning before, in between and after sessions.
"Our capacity has been reduced to keep within the government guidelines and we will only be taking bookings online, no walk ins at this time.
"Our cafe will still be open but running as a table service where you can still sit and enjoy the cakes and coffees on offer.
" All party members over the age of 11 will need to wear a face mask or covering at all times unless you are sat at a table eating or drinking.
"We have limited the amount of people that can book in one group to 6. Bookings are taken online via our website at www.petitestreet.co.uk
" For the moment we are operating a cashless system and ask visitors to pay using card and Apple Pay."