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The new roller coaster is set to take over the area of the park previously occupied by the “Fireball” swinging pendulum. The ride moves from its former home at Flamingoland theme park in Yorkshire where it was know as “Wild Mouse”. The park plan to improve the look of the ride by ditching the mouse theme and adding a vibrant splash of colour to the cars and track.
In addition to this new roller coaster, Pleasurewood Hills also plan to bring an exciting high dive show to the park during the school summer holidays. Also, the longest surviving roller coaster at the park is set to receive a new paint job and will return to its previous name “The Rattlesnake”. Find out more about what you can expect throughout 2014 at Pleasurewood Hills.
The big recruitment drive has taken place at Pleasurewood Hills. Groups of hopeful applicants have been put through their paces by the management team at the park.
This year, applicants have been actively encouraged to share their experiences by using #PWHRecruit on Twitter.
Photos from the day have appeared online along with many positive comments. Click below to see a video of the event.
15/03/14 - 2014 Park Map preview
09/03/14 - Because they’re Happy!
26/02/14 - Under new management
28/05/13 - Look East brave Hobs Pit
25/05/13 - Hobs Pit review
21/05/13 - Hobs Pit in the LA Times
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