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North East adventure park invests £200k in new facilities ahead of reopening

A North East adventure park has announced that it has invested almost £200k in its facilities as lockdown restrictions begin to ease.

Adventure Valley, in Durham, has invested £100k in a new train ride for its venue, as well as a new external play dome and aqua blaster.

The new investments come as the park gears up to reopen after a year of closure caused by the pandemic.

Adventure Valley was advised by Robson Laidler Accountants, which previously secured the park the full amount of a Business Interruption Insurance Claim.

Marco Calzini, owner of Adventure Valley, commented: “Lockdown restrictions over the past 12 months have been an incredibly difficult time for us, yet we haven’t stood still.

“We wanted to ensure that when families do return to us, we give them an experience that was worth waiting for and even more fun and thrilling adventures.

“We are relieved to finally be opening our doors once again and cannot wait to welcome people back.”

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