New Royal Attraction Hopes to Attract Prince George of Cambridge
By PuxtonPark | Tuesday, October 01, 2013, 09:49
A NEW £100,000 Royal train attraction installed at Puxton Park has been hailed as a major success and hopes to one day attract Prince George of Cambridge.
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The popular Adventure Park outside Weston-super-Mare added the new train track and platform in July and says it is overwhelmed with the amount of interest it has gained.
Particular interest has been with regards to the train platform being named after Prince George of Cambridge who was born on the day of the opening of the attraction.
Puxton Park hopes that one day the Prince may attend when he learns that an attraction has been named in his honour.
Puxton's Alistair Mead said: "Everyone across the country has been hugely excited with the arrival of the new Royal Prince and we wanted to celebrate his birth by dedicating our latest attraction to him.
"Our visitors have been eager to get aboard the new Royal train and we hope that one day the Prince himself will join us for a very special ride on board."
The ride gives visitors a tour of the lake, conservation area and grounds and has already welcomed over 9,600 visitors.
Puxton Park says it now plans to continue investing in its facilities to ensure it maintains its position as one of the most popular adventure parks in the South West.
For further information please contact reception on 01934 523500, visit www.puxton.co.uk or email email@example.com.