Family Adventure Park Looks Forward to Re-opening

23 Jun 2020


Weston-super-Mare:
 
PUXTON Park is planning to reopen its doors at the beginning of July. The park has been closed to the public since the UK went into lockdown in March. 
Now, under current government advice, the park is preparing all of the necessary arrangements to ensure that all staff and visitors are safe and protected while on the park premises. The park is situated across 40 acres of countryside with plenty of open-air, outdoor attractions that can be safely reopened. 
 
Alistair Mead, Managing Director of Puxton Park, says: “For us, the most difficult part of lockdown has been the silence throughout the park. Over the years we have grown so accustomed to the sound of laughing children and chatty parents that we took it for granted. These past 4 months have been tough for everyone, however, we are confident that we now have all of the infrastructure in place to a provide a safe and enjoyable experience for everyone who enters our doors. We look forward to welcoming our visitors back to the park and it will be a great joy to hear the laughter of children here once again.”
 
Visitors can expect some changes to the way things operate at the park to ensure social distancing and hygiene protocols are met. Admission tickets will need to be pre-purchased online with a time allocated arrival slot, which will prevent the gathering of crowds at the reception desk. There will also be plenty of hand sanitising stations situated throughout the park; visitors will be required to sanitise when entering and exiting the various zones. Social distancing measures will be in place with a one-way system implemented on the paths running through the park. Anyone displaying symptoms will be asked not to visit the park and self-isolate at home and follow NHS advice. All staff will have received full training in the new procedures, both customer facing and behind the scenes.  
 
As a form of gratitude for their hard work and dedication to fighting this virus, Puxton Park will be donating 100 admission tickets to NHS staff across Bristol and North Somerset. 
 
*Procedures are subject to change with government guidelines.
 
Family Adventure Park Looks Forward to Re-opening
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