The north-east’s largest soft play centre location revealed on Union Street

The Union Street location of the Wee Gym has now been revealed

AN Aberdeenshire couple have unveiled plans to open the region’s largest soft play centre.

Scott Fenwick and his wife Soumaya El Kadiri are the masterminds behind The Wee Gym, a soft play centre with a twist.

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The facility will become the latest addition to the city’s Union Street when it opens its doors at number 57 this autumn.

The store was once a JJB Sports before it became the World Street Food Shack.

The unit is now earmarked to become the largest facility of its kind in the north-east, and will cater to youngsters aged between 0 to 12 and create around 20 jobs.

The centre will feature a range of immersive spaces suitable for different age groups, combining the fun of soft play with structured movement activities to keep kids “engaged, healthy and active.”

One space will also feature a projector, projecting a range of interactive games on the floor.

Posting about the “game-changer” on LinkedIn earlier this year, they said: “This is not just another place to work out for your children – it’s an extraordinary entertainment hub that will redefine your leisure experience.

“Imagine a space where fitness meets fun like never before. The Wee Gym promises to deliver this and more, making it an enticing addition to our vibrant city.

“We can’t do justice to the excitement this new venture will bring. So, stay tuned and get ready to immerse yourself in a unique, exhilarating experience.

“We’re redefining fun, Aberdeen – are you ready?”

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