Blackpool Pleasure Beach ranks amongst essentially the most visited theme parks within the UK, boasting roughly 5.5 million patrons per yr. The seashore, positioned on the South Shore space of town, closed its doorways to guests in late March, following Government recommendation.
When will Blackpool Pleasure Beach reopen?
Blackpool Pleasure Beach closed on March 19 this yr following Boris Johnson’s lockdown announcement.
The seashore has since ceased exercise and provided transfers to individuals who made bookings as much as July 1.
Park representatives promised they’d reopen “as soon as possible”, however don’t but have a confirmed date in thoughts.
In a publish to the seashore web site, they mentioned they had been “working hard” to make sure the seashore was prepared to be used as soon as the pandemic passes.
The publish reads: “Whilst we’re unable to substantiate a gap date but, we guarantee all our friends that we’re working laborious to arrange Blackpool Pleasure Beach for a protected re-opening as quickly as we’re in a position to.
“When we announce a re-opening date we shall be limiting the variety of friends per day so we strongly suggest you e-book on-line to ensure admission to the park.
“This will be a temporary measure to ensure we comply with COVID-19 operational guidelines and is for the safety of our guests and our staff.”
Under present Government guidelines, nonetheless, it could not accomplish that for a while.
Speaking in his May 13 handle, Boris Johnson mentioned the nation would reopen in phases.
The first section noticed folks in a position to participate in “unlimited” train this Wednesday, with workplaces resembling factories reopening once more.
Future phases will see the remainder of the nation open up as nicely, and the Prime Minister offered a potential roadmap.
According to the roadmap, the second section, which takes form from June 1, will see colleges reopen once more.
The section would enable extra folks to return to work, as colleges will prioritise major pupils.
Blackpool Pleasure Beach will not open once more till the ultimate section of the Government’s plan has handed.
Taking impact from July 1, it might see most non-essential companies open once more, however officers have mentioned little about whether or not this would come with theme parks or different sights.