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Pennies from Heritage to help UK cathedrals
04 Feb 2004
English Heritage has announced a £2m funding package to repair 20 cathedrals across Britain.
Future of travelling circuses hangs in balance
03 Feb 2004
A change in licensing law could kill off a great English tradition as circus costs are set to spiral.
Design firm finds passage to India
03 Feb 2004
Forrec, one of the world’s leading theme park developers, has agreed a deal that will see the group design an entertainment complex in Noida, a suburb of Delhi.
Tower Bridge reveals hidden secrets
03 Feb 2004
Visitors to Tower Bridge Exhibition this summer will discover a previously unseen area of the bridge that houses historical artefacts – including the Marathon Cup.
Lighthouses to be reopened to public
19 Jan 2004
Trinity House, the lighthouse authority for England, Wales and the Channel Islands, is to hoping to attract tourists to its properties by reopening many sites to the public and converting old lighthouse keepers' cottages into holiday homes.
£64m art gallery to open in March
15 Jan 2004
A £64m arts initiative, Compton Verney, is due to open in Warwickshire on 26 March.
Birmingham’s Imax closes
07 Jan 2004
The 380-seat Imax theatre in Birmingham, one of nine specialist cinemas in the UK, has closed until further notice.
Plans unveiled for Brighton Arena
07 Jan 2004
Brighton & Hove Council has revealed plans for the £54m Brighton International Arena, to be built at Black Rock.
RAF Hendon museum passes another milestone
19 Dec 2003
A new ‘Milestones of Flight’ exhibition at Hendon’s RAF Museum was opened to the public on 18 December.
Charterhouse keeps Tussauds
08 Dec 2003
The sale of Tussauds Group by private equity firm Charterhouse Development Capital (CDC) stalled late on 5 December after CDC decided to recapitalise instead of accepting offers from either of the two remaining bidders.
£3.3m 'hobbit-like' treehouse for Alnwich Garden
04 Dec 2003
Work has begun at The Alnwick Garden in Northumberland on one of the world's largest tree houses.
Tussauds bidders drop out
02 Dec 2003
The number of bidders taking part in the estimated £900m auction for entertainment and theme park group, Tussauds, has dropped.
Historic parks to be restored by HLF funding
28 Nov 2003
The Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) has announced grants for two more historic green spaces – Astley Park in Chorley, Lancashire and Hylands Park in Chelmsford.
ROC chair appointed to tourism export group
27 Nov 2003
Chair of ROC International, Richard Pawley, has been invited to sit on the Tourism Heritage Export Group by the DCMS.
On the Move at Merlin
27 Nov 2003
As part of UK and European expansion, Merlin Entertainments has announced two new appointments designed to strengthen operations and focus on key activities.
Cedar Point unveils waterpark plans
26 Nov 2003
Cedar Point amusement park and resort has unveiled details of its planned $22m Castaway Bay indoor waterpark complex.
£45m 'iconic' glass structure planned for Crystal Palace
18 Nov 2003
Architectural practice Wilkinson Eyre has revealed £45m plans for a 150m-long 'glass palace in the sky' to be situated on the site of London's old Crystal Palace.
National Trust prepares for Stonehenge inquiry
17 Nov 2003
A pre-inquiry discussion took place on 17 November to decide which issues should be discussed at the public inquiry into the planned development at Stonehenge.
Sir Sean becomes patron of photography centre
04 Nov 2003
The Royal High School on Edinburgh's Calton Hill is to be turned into a world-class centre of photography with Sir Sean Connery as its patron.
Mission:SPACE opens
29 Oct 2003
Following a series of soft openings, Walt Disney World Florida officially launched its new outer space ride, Mission:SPACE, to the public on 9 October .
     
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Pennies from Heritage to help UK cathedrals
04 Feb 2004
English Heritage has announced a £2m funding package to repair 20 cathedrals across Britain.
Future of travelling circuses hangs in balance
03 Feb 2004
A change in licensing law could kill off a great English tradition as circus costs are set to spiral.
Design firm finds passage to India
03 Feb 2004
Forrec, one of the world’s leading theme park developers, has agreed a deal that will see the group design an entertainment complex in Noida, a suburb of Delhi.
Tower Bridge reveals hidden secrets
03 Feb 2004
Visitors to Tower Bridge Exhibition this summer will discover a previously unseen area of the bridge that houses historical artefacts – including the Marathon Cup.
Lighthouses to be reopened to public
19 Jan 2004
Trinity House, the lighthouse authority for England, Wales and the Channel Islands, is to hoping to attract tourists to its properties by reopening many sites to the public and converting old lighthouse keepers' cottages into holiday homes.
£64m art gallery to open in March
15 Jan 2004
A £64m arts initiative, Compton Verney, is due to open in Warwickshire on 26 March.
Birmingham’s Imax closes
07 Jan 2004
The 380-seat Imax theatre in Birmingham, one of nine specialist cinemas in the UK, has closed until further notice.
Plans unveiled for Brighton Arena
07 Jan 2004
Brighton & Hove Council has revealed plans for the £54m Brighton International Arena, to be built at Black Rock.
RAF Hendon museum passes another milestone
19 Dec 2003
A new ‘Milestones of Flight’ exhibition at Hendon’s RAF Museum was opened to the public on 18 December.
Charterhouse keeps Tussauds
08 Dec 2003
The sale of Tussauds Group by private equity firm Charterhouse Development Capital (CDC) stalled late on 5 December after CDC decided to recapitalise instead of accepting offers from either of the two remaining bidders.
£3.3m 'hobbit-like' treehouse for Alnwich Garden
04 Dec 2003
Work has begun at The Alnwick Garden in Northumberland on one of the world's largest tree houses.
Tussauds bidders drop out
02 Dec 2003
The number of bidders taking part in the estimated £900m auction for entertainment and theme park group, Tussauds, has dropped.
Historic parks to be restored by HLF funding
28 Nov 2003
The Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) has announced grants for two more historic green spaces – Astley Park in Chorley, Lancashire and Hylands Park in Chelmsford.
ROC chair appointed to tourism export group
27 Nov 2003
Chair of ROC International, Richard Pawley, has been invited to sit on the Tourism Heritage Export Group by the DCMS.
On the Move at Merlin
27 Nov 2003
As part of UK and European expansion, Merlin Entertainments has announced two new appointments designed to strengthen operations and focus on key activities.
Cedar Point unveils waterpark plans
26 Nov 2003
Cedar Point amusement park and resort has unveiled details of its planned $22m Castaway Bay indoor waterpark complex.
£45m 'iconic' glass structure planned for Crystal Palace
18 Nov 2003
Architectural practice Wilkinson Eyre has revealed £45m plans for a 150m-long 'glass palace in the sky' to be situated on the site of London's old Crystal Palace.
National Trust prepares for Stonehenge inquiry
17 Nov 2003
A pre-inquiry discussion took place on 17 November to decide which issues should be discussed at the public inquiry into the planned development at Stonehenge.
Sir Sean becomes patron of photography centre
04 Nov 2003
The Royal High School on Edinburgh's Calton Hill is to be turned into a world-class centre of photography with Sir Sean Connery as its patron.
Mission:SPACE opens
29 Oct 2003
Following a series of soft openings, Walt Disney World Florida officially launched its new outer space ride, Mission:SPACE, to the public on 9 October .
     
 


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