Featuring more than 40 different rides and attractions, including Europe’s longest rollercoaster, Lightwater Valley is the ultimate destination for thrill-seeking families. The park has now acquired planning permission to build a holiday village at the park, that way encouraging guests to turn their visit into an overnight stay. The permission granted is for the built of 106 cabins, which along with the shopping village and falconry centre will turn the theme park into a more complete holiday experience for guests.
The popular amusement park has recently been acquired by Livingstone Leisure, who also own other well-known parks such as Birdland Park and Flambards Theme Park.
“We are delighted to add such a high profile and established theme park in to our existing leisure portfolio,” says Cunningham. “Lightwater Valley is a great attraction, with a great team and we’re looking forward to working with them to build on its excellent reputation,” said director Ian Cunningham.
Cunningham set up Livingston Leisure after managing the Spanish-based leisure company Aspro Ocio Group, and therefore has a proven track record in the industry. His company is known for adapting and developing traditional family attractions into new and improved versions, thereby reinventing and advancing the business.