Have just been ambling through the Park World achieves (hence a few of my recent posts) and came across this:
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Firstly it’s great to see WMSP investing a million pounds in the Rhyl Seaquarium. Obviously Rhyl’s had a lot of bad publicity after the amusement park closed (I think some moved to Frifth Beach while the Save Dreamland Campaign acquired parts of the water chute), but this is a massive investment for this kind of attraction. In many ways the entire Welsh amusement scene has been having a tough time lately what with uncertainty over Oakwood, Barry Island and Rhyl. WMSP do seem to be heroes of British tourism at the moment.
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The WMSP is also re-building Western Super Mare Pier as promised:
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(sorry to those who don’t have Facebook)
Anyway, back on topic, the West Midland Safari Park itself is planning a hotel, new conference facilties and a water park.
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