Two much-loved theme park rides are undergoing major improvements and a new lick of paint ahead of the summer season. 

Pleasurewood Hills near Lowestoft is currently working on two of its fan-favourite rides, Water Fun Factory and Marble Madness, as this year's reopening date approaches.

Water Fun Factory - previously called Timber Falls - is having a new liner fitted to preserve the attraction for the immediate future and to maintain the park's standard of water quality. 

Lowestoft Journal: New cars will be added to Water Fun Factory ahead of reopeningNew cars will be added to Water Fun Factory ahead of reopening (Image: Pleasurewood Hills)

The Marble Madness rollercoaster is also undergoing a major development ahead of the new season which will see all-new cars and tracks installed.

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Andrew Fuller, the park's sales marketing manager, said: "Over the past four years a number of projects have been carried out to bring the park in line with the exciting future for which it is heading.

Lowestoft Journal: Marble Madness is also undergoing improvements Marble Madness is also undergoing improvements (Image: Pleasurewood Hills)

"These projects represent a large investment and are the first steps in an exciting development plan we have for the park over the coming years.

"The team at the park work incredibly hard the projects are a sign of more fun times to come and an exciting new direction for Pleasurewood Hills."

The park reopens on March 29.