ICYMI: This week’s news
Here’s what you missed from this week’s GAP Daily newsletter. You just weren’t paying attention were you?
One of the UK’s top tourism bosses will soon be taking the helm at Hertfordshire-based, Willows Activity Farm.
Virtual Reality Escapes opened its first VR centre in Chester this week.
Pleasurewood Hills has had a turbulent time and many different owners in its 34-year history. Now owned by the French Looping Group and with a new manager in place, it is embracing new indoor attractions in a bid to become a less seasonal business.…
Businesses owed money by Margate’s Dreamland amusement park will receive 25 per cent of what they are due.
A Sky Trail adventure high ropes course with a 60-foot curved Sky Rail zip line is being installed in the new Hooplas Xtreme Family Fun in Shamokin Dam, Pennsylvania.
Polin Waterparks has installed the world’s first Splash Cabin gaming system at Aquafantasy Waterpark in Selçuk, İzmir, Turkey.
Innovative Technology has expanded its Chinese operation with the addition of Brody Qi as business development manager (Retail & Kiosk) at its Shenzhen Office.
Cash-handling specialist Suzohapp, says all its banknote readers and recyclers, including its Scan Coin and CashComplete solutions are ready to accept the new £10 when it come into circulation this week.
Bandai Namco has signed an exclusive UK distribution agreement for Triotech’s Typhoon coin-op simulator ride.
The Regency Group has been appointed as BALPPA’s approved food purchasing group.