A virtual reality, arcade and amusement store is set for its grand opening in Harold Hill.

Funland VR in Farnham Road will open at 10am tomorrow (February 3), store manager Tunde Sodeinde confirmed.

Julia Lopez, Conservative MP for Hornchurch and Upminster, attended a pre-opening event at Funland VR today (February 2) with the company's chief executive Toyin Dada.

"We are offering entertainment for people who want to come and have fun in the store," Tunde said.

"There is nothing like this in the area," he claimed. "Come in - just come and explore the store and enjoy yourselves, have fun."

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Funland VR fills a premises which was last used as a Santander bank, a planning document dated in 2018 shows.

It has an "incredible collection" of arcade games for people of all ages, its website states.

Entry to the store is free, according to Funland VR's Facebook account, which added that its price list will be updated soon.