Thorpe Park in Surrey has unveiled its new logo, the first change in 15 years. The former orange and blue ‘infinity’ design has been replaced.Read More
The Advertising Standards Agency (ASA) has ruled that Alton Towers’ Rainy Day Guarantee, which offers a free return visit, broke ASA code.
Alton Towers will open on 16 March next year, with the Nemesis rollercoaster returning for the first time since November 2022.
The public opening date for Thorpe Park’s Hyperia rollercoaster is expected to be 24 March next year, after the park put tickets on sale.
Adventure Island has announced that a 125-foot (38-metre) drop tower ride will open at the park in 2024. Its name has not yet been decided.
Organisers are calling on Nottingham City Council to make the city’s Goose Fair a 10-day event permanently. 500,000 attended this year’s event.
Thorpe Park is removing the Angry Birds Land themed area after almost ten years at the park. A new, non-IP area will be launched in 2024.
Jimmy Botton, the man who founded Skegness Pleasure Beach in its current form, has died at the age of 86. He bought the site in 1965 from Billy Butlin.