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Pleasurewood Hills opens for the season

PUBLISHED: 18:04 02 April 2009 | UPDATED: 09:31 11 May 2010

PLEASUREWOOD Hills opens its gates for the new season on Saturday with a host of special events planned.

On Easter Sunday visitors to the park in Lowestoft will be able to join in the free Easter trail when 12 large wooden eggs will be hidden at various places around the park with prizes to be won.

PLEASUREWOOD Hills opens its gates for the new season on Saturday with a host of special events planned.

On Easter Sunday visitors to the park in Lowestoft will be able to join in the free Easter trail when 12 large wooden eggs will be hidden at various places around the park with prizes to be won.

Park director, Yves Delhommeau, said: “We're really looking forward to the season ahead.

“As well as the maintenance of all our rides and attractions over the winter months, we've also been working hard behind the scenes to source fresh and healthy ingredients from the local area for our restaurants. We can now offer 'Munchy Seeds' from Leiston, a delicious selection of 'Manic Organic Juices' from James White Farm, in Ashbocking, and Aspalls organic cider, made from apples grown in the orchard at Aspall Hall in Suffolk.”

Included in the entrance fee are three shows. Visitors will be amazed by Claude, George and Marcus as they demonstrate their power, agility and intelligence in the amazing sea lion show, and guests can take the chance to enjoy the cheeky parrot show.

Topping the bill for 2009 is a brand new show created just for Pleasurewood Hills. The Circus and Tango show brings together performers from Argentina, France, Hungary and Belarus. Inspired by traditions and folklore, the show combines the elegance, intimacy and passion of the Argentine tango with the fun and excitement brought by acrobats, jugglers and clowns.

Alongside these special shows, visitors can enjoy Pleasurewood's range of family rides. And for adrenalin junkies there's the breathtaking excitement of Wipeout, the East of England's tallest and fastest rollercoaster.

For full opening times throughout the season, check out the website - www.pleasurewoodhills.com


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