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New entertainment venue could open in Cheltenham

A new drinks and games venue could soon be arriving in Cheltenham, after Roxy Lanes applied for premises licence for a new site on Cheltenham's high street.

The company, which brands itself as 'a fun experience of great gaming, great drinks, great food and great music' has applied for permission to operate in the same building as New Look at 105 - 107 High Street.

It's existing venue in Bristol boasts eight full size bowling lanes, batting cages for baseball and tennis, shuffleboards, full-size pool tables, beer pong, ice-free curling, duck pin bowling, arcade games and a karaoke booth.

Also showing live sport, Roxy Lanes is hoping to open until 2am on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays in Cheltenham.

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