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JammyH

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Looks like it will be the end of the park, and I doubt it will be the only one to close permanently this year.
I'm actually so worried about the survival of Drayton manor this season. I will definitely be visiting as soon as they are able to reopen.

Lightwater, flamingo and pleasure wood hills are also parks I worry about surviving to the end of the season as well.
 

Hixee

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In what way do you mean? I know the coronavirus issue is currently restricting parks' cash flow, but the market seemed perfectly good before.
You answered your own question there pal. The knock on effect of smaller parks (likely contenders for buying this) being that they will struggle to operate in 2020 at all, let alone be looking to drop any money on new (for them) coasters!
 
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