THE former PCYC building in Byng Street is now vacant after its last tenant closed on the weekend.
Pee Wees Play Centre has taken up the ground floor for the past eight years, offering children a wonderland of stuffed obstacles, slides and ball pits.
Owner Diana Jones decided to close following the birth of her son, Bobby.
"The building's owned by the Ex-Services' Club and they plan to knock it down to do their expansion," she said.
"I've loved meeting new families and watching them grow up and make friends."
SPILT Milk Bar unveiled its Piaggio Ape on Saturday for a trial run of its gelato.
The Vespa-like vehicle set up for three hours outside Byng Street Cafe to give passers-by a free sample.
Owners Andrew Hamilton and Sarah Quigley wanted to test the gelato prior to the completion of their Sale Street premises, which is still under construction.
INLAND Digital has chosen to pair its extended services with renovations in its Gateway Crescent showroom.
The business has operated in Orange for 20 years under the Canon Office Machines moniker, but managing director Lawrence Breen said it had broadened its offerings.
"We were always known as a photocopy business," he said.
"Now we help businesses manage their information better so they've got access to it when they need it."
The business has also started a second branch in Penrith, hoping to capture the Sydney market.
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