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A Suffolk theme park is telling HEART that new owners means they will be getting new attractions and investment.
Pleasurewood Hills theme park on the border of Norfolk and Suffolk will benefit from a multi-million pound investment thanks to new owners H.I.G Capital France.
They are taking over seven parks, and are planning to invest around €20million over the next five years.
For Pleasurewood Hills, it means that the park will launch some new attractions over the coming months including a £65,000 indoor ‘Laser Labyrinth’ game, an educational nature trail and a new train station.
To speed up entry for visitors, the car park and queuing facilities will also be re-designed to help at peak times.
Alexis Camelin, General Manager of Pleasurewood Hills says: “This is extremely exciting news for Pleasurewood Hills! The investment will enable us to build on ongoing developments from the past year and further establish our reputation as one of the leading family theme parks in the country”.