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?
FARM ATTRACTIONS: Former London Eye boss takes Willows reins
One of the UK’s top tourism bosses will soon be taking the helm at Hertfordshire-based, Willows Activity Farm.
VIRTUAL REALITY: New centre opens in Chester
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.…
AMUSEMENTS: Dreamland creditors given 25p in the pound
Businesses owed money by Margate’s Dreamland amusement park will receive 25 per cent of what they are due.
HIGH ROPES: New Sky Trail for Hooplas Xtreme
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.
WATERPARKS: Splash Cabin debuts at Aquafantasy
Polin Waterparks has installed the world’s first Splash Cabin gaming system at Aquafantasy Waterpark in Selçuk, İzmir, Turkey.
SYSTEMS: Innovative expands Chinese team
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: Suzohapp readies for new £10 note
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.
ARCADES: Bandai signs Triotech UK exclusive
Bandai Namco has signed an exclusive UK distribution agreement for Triotech’s Typhoon coin-op simulator ride.
CATERING: BALPPA seals food buying group deal
The Regency Group has been appointed as BALPPA’s approved food purchasing group.