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A new virtual reality gaming centre has applied for a premises licence to sell alcohol.

In a Thatcham Town Council planning and highways meeting, held on June 7, councillors approved the application.

The games and entertainment company is looking to sell alcohol for consumption on the premises from Monday to Saturday between 12pm and 10pm and on Sunday between 12pm and 8pm.

The games and entertainment company is looking to sell alcohol for consumption on the premises.
The games and entertainment company is looking to sell alcohol for consumption on the premises.

Councillor Mark Lillycrop (Lib Dem, Thatcham West) was in favour of the application noting that the alcohol sales would be restricted and focussed on beers and wines.

He said: “It is always good to welcome new types of recreation facilities in the town. MeetSpace VR sounds quite exciting, I look forward to finding out what that’s all about.

“Personally I don’t see any issue with the application with the licence.”



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