The UK’s theme park season has ended, with most major attractions now closing until 2017.
Pleasure Island theme park in Cleethorpes has closed down after more than 23 years of operation.
Celebrating its 15th anniversary in 2016, Thorpe Park’s horror-themed Fright Nights event continues to remain a huge draw.
The owner of the closing Pleasure Island theme park has accused the local council of a lack of support for tourism in Cleethorpes.
Merlin Entertainments has said the performance of its London attractions is “suppressing” company performance.
Blackpool Pleasure Beach has confirmed details of a new double-launching rollercoaster opening in 2018, following earlier leaks.
A ride consultant has described an environment of “pressure” relating to ride downtime at Alton Towers as being a relevant factor in the Smiler accident.
Alton Towers operator Merlin Entertainments has been fined a record £5 million for the Smiler rollercoaster accident last year.