BOSSES at a retro gaming empire in Bury have confirmed plans to keep all-comers happy.

The second and third floors at Arcade Club Bury are now open to both adults and youngsters on Saturdays and Sundays.

And the owners say they have also upgraded parking for the venture, based at the Ela Mill in Cork Street, to accommodate up to 150 vehicles.

But it has been pledged that Thursday and Friday nights will remain for adults only.

A spokesman added: “Extended opening hours during the school holidays are unaffected by this change and we’ll still be open during the day at such times.”

The club, established by Edenfield’s Andy Palmer and his family, has been running at the historic mill since the autumn of 2015 and has more than 300 original games, including arcade classics and pinball tables.

Starting out on just the third floor, the business expanded later and attracts gamers from across the north-west. Another similar operation is open in Leeds.

Proposals for a new over-18s areas at Bury are said to be under consideration for January.

The Christmas holidays have also seen extended opening times at the club.