There is a surprisingly large amount of information on that FAQ. They even put together a full press release, which is the first press release since 2016 to have been about something other than Fight Nights. Makes me start to think that there is rebuilding going on behind the scenes at the park and perhaps everything is not doom and gloom there.
Some other pieces from the FAQ
Q: Why have you decided not to re-open the Logger’s Leap ride?
Sadly in recent years, the ride lost some of its magic and we feel now is the time to bid farewell to the Logs and look ahead at how we continue to create new and exciting experiences for families in the future.
A rare mention of families in Thorpe Park literature. Although, slightly further down it also mentions being the nation's thrill park.
Q: Why did your website and social media channels keep promising ‘news’?
As with many things, situations can change and as plans develop they often move in different directions. We’ll always look back fondly on Logger’s Leap but now it’s time to look ahead to the future. Keep an eye out on our website and social channels over the coming weeks as we will be revealing our exciting 2019 plans very soon!
An acknowledgement that things were perhaps not handled the best they could have been with Loggers, which the park could have simply just ignored. Talking about the future makes me think that this is perhaps the new mantra of the park: draw a line at where they were and make a new more positive start.
Makes me wonder if this closure notice has deeper meaning within the park and is more symbolic of fresh starts?
Edit: As didn't see Lewis' post when submitting. Here we have two very different ways of looking at the same stuff.