With just a few weeks to go until Pleasurewood Hills reopens, we take a look at what’s planned this season; The park have confirmed that the Rattlesnake roller coaster is now permanently closed, and while no new rides have been announced, the park are planning some new entertainment.

The team at the park are hard at work under the supervision of new general manager Adam Noble. Both Smokey Joe’s restaurant and the Tea Rooms are being remodelled for 2017. It has also been announced that the Merry Mariner restaurant has closed. Click here to take a look at the 2017 park map.

Pleasurewood Hills 2017 Preview Where’s Woody?

This April, everyone's favourite mascot, Woody Bear will be hitting the road and surprising competition winners with free tickets to the park. Woody will visit the homes of lucky winners and their reactions will be broadcast on Facebook Live. Think of it as a modern day “Daz Doorstep Challenge” but without the need to chat to Danny Baker!

Pleasurewood Hills oldest roller coaster, The Rattlesnake, has now permanently closed.

The park recently auctioned off the 6ft snake structure which adorned the entrance to the ride for many years. The winning bid was a massive £2,642 with proceeds going to East Anglian Children’s Hospice.

Updated 12/03/17 01/03/17 24/02/17 Goodbye Rattlesnake Pleasurewood Poll Enter to Win!
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