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Stand with Ukraine – Supporting Refugees

Did you know that the major VR game development company arvi is Ukrainian?


Here at Centre VR we stand with Ukraine and have been showing our support however we can. Last night we welcomed Ukrainian refugees to our Bournemouth location to meet Katarzyna Mieszkowska, the Chief Operating Officer from Mploy.

Ukrainian flags on display in Centre VR

As an Mploy specialist, she was able to provide information on refugees’ employment rights. The 2hr gathering was organised by members of the facebook group Ukrainian Community Dorset.

mploy standing with Ukraine and Centre VR

We were so thrilled to be able to provide a safe space for members of our local community to get together, enjoy a coffee and some pizza, and connect with others going through the same thing.

If your community group needs a meeting space, please get in touch so we can see how we can help. Our cafe seating area has hot and cold beverages, snacks, ice cream and we even get a great price on piping hot Papa John’s pizza – delivered fresh to you. Our board room can fit 14 around the table is home to a giant interactive screen.

Check out what we can provide here.

From £35

Two or four players team up and have 60 minutes to find a way out of a vast Aegean coastal cave where the legendary ship of the Argonauts is anchored. To successfully escape, players must use cooperative teamwork, problem-solving skills and precise timing to solve riddles and find their way out of this room-scale experience. Players start the adventure by choosing their avatar from among six diverse characters, and can customize them with Ancient Greek accessories.

Players will live a larger-than-life adventure. An adventure that would be far too dangerous or just impossible to live in real life.

This experience includes a cool selfie of you and your team at the end which we can send to you afterwards, if you are successful!