Award-winning family entertainment venue ROF 59 is set to bring a range of exciting new outdoor activities to its Newton Aycliffe site including a 180-metre zip line and 38-metre high bungee tower.
ROF 59 activity centre has applied to Durham County Council for permission to install the new facility at the rear of its existing building on Aycliffe Business Park.
Chef Arturas Lapinskas has realised a long-held ambition of becoming a head chef at one of the region’s newest restaurants.
The Lithuanian, who has lived in County Durham since taking on a job with Bishop Auckland College in 2009, has been appointed to head up the kitchen at the new ROF 59 complex in Newton Aycliffe.
Thousands of people have passed through the doors of a new £1.1m leisure complex in its first two months.
Ten weeks since the activity centre opened at ROF 59 in Newton Aycliffe, just under 5,000 people have visited the former World War II munitions factory to sample its state-of-the-art attractions.
A PE teacher has taken on a new role at the ROF 59 activity centre on Aycliffe Business Park as the complex opened its state-of-the-art trampoline park.
Peter Ramsey has been appointed leisure manager at the family fun venue, which has been built on the site of a former World War II munitions factory.
A huge trampoline park has opened in Newton Aycliffe as part of exciting new activity centre ROF 59.
The all-round fun complex, which incorporates a bar and lounge at its 70,000 sq ft premises on Durham Way South, Aycliffe Business Park, has now opened its state-of-the-art trampoline area.