Pizza takeaway to be replaced with crazy golf cocktail bar

TAKEAWAY TO GO: The site of the new venue on St John’s Road Picture: Cradick Retail

A PIZZA delivery shop is to give way to indoor crazy golf and cocktails, in the latest development on St John’s Road in Southborough.

Kent panto favourite Tom Swift, who has launched two escape room ventures in the same neighbourhood under the Clue Cracker brand, is to turn the old Pizza Hut takeaway at 71 St John’s Road into an interactive crazy golf venue.

The new venture, Bogeys, is set to open next month, offering a retro indoor golf course as well as cocktails.

Tom’s creative ventures include producing and directing for Wicked Productions as well as the escape rooms and now Bogeys.

The new project is part of an entertainment-led regeneration of the neighbourhood, with ventures including Saint John’s Yard Bar & Restaurant, the Shuffle House and Clue Cracker, which runs different escape room scenarios over two sites.

Bogeys has already been wooing the neighbourhood, donating four tickets for the grand opening to Tunbridge Wells Grammar School for Boys school fête earlier this summer.

The building at 71 St John’s Road is owned by Labour Party Properties, but the new lease has no implications for the Tunbridge Wells Labour Party headquarters at 71a, local party Chairman Martin Betts has confirmed.

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