Park to unveil attractions to mark birthday

PUBLISHED: 14:00 10 June 2012

The new attractions will help mark the park's fifth birthday

The new attractions will help mark the park's fifth birthday

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PUXTON Park will mark its fifth birthday with a host of new attractions.

The 70-acre adventure park will soon welcome an adrenaline zone and a little farmers zone, which will be launched on the weekend of July 7 and 8.

The adrenaline zone will feature a hexagonal swing able to hold several children at once, a tyre swing and a rope bumper swing.

The little farmers zone will be a toddlers area for children under six and will include two bird nest swings, three animal rockers and Tommy the tractor.

Park owner Alistair Mead said: “To mark our successful first five years we are once again reinvesting at Puxton Park by adding even more attractions.

“Last year we added a new boating lake, JCB dig and play and a zip wire, and this summer we are launching a new adrenaline zone and Puxton little farmers.

“We want our visitors to experience good value for money so we are keen to add as many attractions as possible.

“We will continue this investment in the future to maintain our place as one of the most popular attractions in the South West.”

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