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Fire at Blackpool Pleasure Beach
21 May 2004
A fire broke out on Blackpool Pleasure Beach (BPB) last night, damaging the Grand National wooden rollercoaster. Two other rides – Alice in Wonderland and Trauma Towers were also affected by the blaze.
Engel takes communications helm at NHM
19 May 2004
The Natural History Museum has appointed Tom Engel as head of communications.
BALPPA moves ahead in campaign against compensation
19 May 2004
BALPPA, the British Association of Leisure Parks, Piers and Attractions, has welcomed news that the Labour Party intends to include measures to curb compensation culture in its next election manifesto.
Castle of Mey visitors get glimpse of Royal bedrooms
18 May 2004
Visitors to The Castle and Gardens of Mey in Scotland will be able to see into the former bedrooms of both the Queen Mother and Princess Margaret from today.
Armond leaves Alton Towers
18 May 2004
The divisional director of Alton Towers, Ralph Armond, has resigned after a nine-year tenure at the theme park.
Marks Barfield heads to the Eye of the storm
13 May 2004
The designer of the London Eye, Marks Barfield Architects, has accused the attraction’s investment partners – British Airways (BA) and Tussauds Group – of endangering the attraction’s long-term future by blocking a refinancing deal.
Concorde welcomes visitors in Scotland
12 May 2004
The National Museums of Scotland has announced that Concorde will now be on display to the public every afternoon.
Zoo’s future secure after council agrees operator
05 May 2004
The future of Battersea Park zoo has been saved after councillors endorsed a proposal for a new operator to take over its operation from 1 July.
Stowe House looks to boost visitor numbers
05 May 2004
The Stowe House Preservation Trust (SHPT) has appointed The Continuum Group to examine how it can increase visitor numbers.
Largest water and marine park opens in South Africa
05 May 2004
A 16-hectare waterpark, uShaka Marine World, will open to public later this week in the Point Precinct of the coastal city of Durban.
Dobbies World makes garden centre attractive
04 May 2004
Dobbies, the garden centre chain, is to open a £2m, nature-themed visitor attraction in June.
McKnight resigns from Brevard Zoo
28 Apr 2004
Brevard Zoo in Melbourne, Florida, has announced the resignation of its executive director, Margo McKnight.
Bristol’s IMAX Theatre stomps out rhythms of the world
27 Apr 2004
A new film will be launched at the IMAX theatre within the @Bristol attraction complex on 12 June.
@Bristol becomes part of £51m, Science Learning Centre scheme
27 April 2004
Science and Discovery Centre, @Bristol, has been selected to become part of the government’s £51m scheme to create a national network of Science Learning Centres.
£7m grant to boost educational work with museums
27 April 2004
Museums and galleries in the UK have received a £7m boost from the government with the announcement of funding for educational work.
Alton Towers criticised for encouraging skiving
21 Apr 2004
Alton Towers has faced strong criticism over its latest marketing campaign which encourages adults to take time off work pretending to be ill in order to visit the theme park.
LEGOLAND Windsor appoints new major account manager
21 Apr 2004
Lisa Black has been appointed by LEGO-based themepark LEGOLAND Windsor as a major account manager for corporate clients, groups and associations.
Renewed calls for government to cut ‘tourist tax’
21 Apr 2004
The chief executive of The British Association of Leisure Parks, Piers and Attractions (BALPPA), Colin Dawson, has called for urgent help from the government in order to clarify its position on putting Britain’s ‘tourism tax’ on an equal tax level as its European rivals.
Glasgow’s revolving tower to reopen
20 Apr 2004
Engineers have been carrying out tests on Glasgow Science Centre’s rotating tower and hope to reopen the facility for the summer.
Science centre receives record funding
19 Apr 2004
Science centre, At-Bristol, has been awarded a government award of £825,000.
     
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Fire at Blackpool Pleasure Beach
21 May 2004
A fire broke out on Blackpool Pleasure Beach (BPB) last night, damaging the Grand National wooden rollercoaster. Two other rides – Alice in Wonderland and Trauma Towers were also affected by the blaze.
Engel takes communications helm at NHM
19 May 2004
The Natural History Museum has appointed Tom Engel as head of communications.
BALPPA moves ahead in campaign against compensation
19 May 2004
BALPPA, the British Association of Leisure Parks, Piers and Attractions, has welcomed news that the Labour Party intends to include measures to curb compensation culture in its next election manifesto.
Castle of Mey visitors get glimpse of Royal bedrooms
18 May 2004
Visitors to The Castle and Gardens of Mey in Scotland will be able to see into the former bedrooms of both the Queen Mother and Princess Margaret from today.
Armond leaves Alton Towers
18 May 2004
The divisional director of Alton Towers, Ralph Armond, has resigned after a nine-year tenure at the theme park.
Marks Barfield heads to the Eye of the storm
13 May 2004
The designer of the London Eye, Marks Barfield Architects, has accused the attraction’s investment partners – British Airways (BA) and Tussauds Group – of endangering the attraction’s long-term future by blocking a refinancing deal.
Concorde welcomes visitors in Scotland
12 May 2004
The National Museums of Scotland has announced that Concorde will now be on display to the public every afternoon.
Zoo’s future secure after council agrees operator
05 May 2004
The future of Battersea Park zoo has been saved after councillors endorsed a proposal for a new operator to take over its operation from 1 July.
Stowe House looks to boost visitor numbers
05 May 2004
The Stowe House Preservation Trust (SHPT) has appointed The Continuum Group to examine how it can increase visitor numbers.
Largest water and marine park opens in South Africa
05 May 2004
A 16-hectare waterpark, uShaka Marine World, will open to public later this week in the Point Precinct of the coastal city of Durban.
Dobbies World makes garden centre attractive
04 May 2004
Dobbies, the garden centre chain, is to open a £2m, nature-themed visitor attraction in June.
McKnight resigns from Brevard Zoo
28 Apr 2004
Brevard Zoo in Melbourne, Florida, has announced the resignation of its executive director, Margo McKnight.
Bristol’s IMAX Theatre stomps out rhythms of the world
27 Apr 2004
A new film will be launched at the IMAX theatre within the @Bristol attraction complex on 12 June.
@Bristol becomes part of £51m, Science Learning Centre scheme
27 April 2004
Science and Discovery Centre, @Bristol, has been selected to become part of the government’s £51m scheme to create a national network of Science Learning Centres.
£7m grant to boost educational work with museums
27 April 2004
Museums and galleries in the UK have received a £7m boost from the government with the announcement of funding for educational work.
Alton Towers criticised for encouraging skiving
21 Apr 2004
Alton Towers has faced strong criticism over its latest marketing campaign which encourages adults to take time off work pretending to be ill in order to visit the theme park.
LEGOLAND Windsor appoints new major account manager
21 Apr 2004
Lisa Black has been appointed by LEGO-based themepark LEGOLAND Windsor as a major account manager for corporate clients, groups and associations.
Renewed calls for government to cut ‘tourist tax’
21 Apr 2004
The chief executive of The British Association of Leisure Parks, Piers and Attractions (BALPPA), Colin Dawson, has called for urgent help from the government in order to clarify its position on putting Britain’s ‘tourism tax’ on an equal tax level as its European rivals.
Glasgow’s revolving tower to reopen
20 Apr 2004
Engineers have been carrying out tests on Glasgow Science Centre’s rotating tower and hope to reopen the facility for the summer.
Science centre receives record funding
19 Apr 2004
Science centre, At-Bristol, has been awarded a government award of £825,000.
     
 


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