Virtual reality business VR Zone in Long Sutton hopes to reopen on July 4
The owners of one of the area’s newest indoor attractions are hopeful that they can reopen on July 4.
Tele and Purdy Barros had only been running their virtual reality arcade, VR Zone in Long Sutton, for little more than a year when the coronavirus lockdown began.
Speaking on Tuesday, after Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced further relaxation of the lockdown, Tele had his fingers crossed for the business.
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