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It is time that the seriously injured victims of Alton Towers’ Smiler rollercoaster accident were helped to move on with their lives properly.
Towers Loving Care is the name given to the process of repainting and refurbishment that is currently going on at Alton Towers.
As Thorpe Park begins to step up the marketing activity for its new enclosed attraction, it is critical that the end product matches the hype.
To say Alton Towers has struggled massively since the Smiler accident this summer, would be an understatement.
The park has been virtually deserted during weekdays, including some over the usually-busy school holidays.
Reopening the Smiler is not as simple as it may first seem, even when it has been determined as being safe.
Alton Towers faces a huge headache on how to proceed with a ride which has been dogged by problems since its opening.
Alton Towers is in an unprecedented third day of closure, following the worst accident in the theme park’s history.
When the Smiler rollercoaster collided and seriously injured four guests on Tuesday, the whole country seemed to be stunned by the news.
Merlin Entertainments would appear to be finally taking the plunge and constructing a new wooden ride.
All signs in the plans for Alton Towers’ next major addition point to a wooden rollercoaster being the park’s next ‘Secret Weapon’ project.