Drayton Manor has outlined details of its plans for development in the next ten years, as part of a recent planning application.
Documents submitted to the local authorities in support of improved access to the park reveal that it hopes to increase ride capacity from 12,000 per hour to 15,000 per hour.
Chessington World of Adventures has been fined £150,000 following an accident in 2012.
A four-year-old girl fell around 4 metres from the elevated queue line for the Tomb Blaster ride, when rotten fencing gave way.
Chessington World of Adventures has admitted safety failings following an accident in 2012 which saw a girl suffer severe injuries.
The incident took place in the elevated queue line for the Tomb Blaster dark ride, where four-year-old Jessica Blake fell through fence panelling.
Blackpool Pleasure Beach (Holdings) Ltd has recorded a loss of £400,000 in the financial year to 23 March 2014.
Company accounts record this as being a £1.4 million reduction on the previous year’s losses.
Dreamland Margate’s Scenic Railway rollercoaster was damaged by high winds during the early hours of yesterday morning.
According to the Kent Online website, the wooden ride – which is currently under restoration – was “brought down” at around 4am.
Merlin Entertainments has limited the accessibility of its London attractions to its annual pass holders.
The company’s standard annual pass will no longer guarantee entry to the London Dungeon or Madame Tussauds, unless tickets are pre-booked.
Flamingo Land has said that 2015 will be a year of investment into its existing infrastructure.
The park’s Director of Marketing, Sarah Mills, also told this website that they were “considering their options” for the following year.
The film based around the Legend of the Chained Oak is to be available free online from 1 December.
Based on the same Staffordshire legend as the Hex ride at Alton Towers, it had a budget of only £500.