Coney Beach Porthcawl will be paying a special thank you to local NHS staff and their families when lockdown is concluded. A special free day at the park will be arranged for the people on the front line of the coronavirus battle.
Coney Beach Porthcawl has announced a one-off event to thank NHS staff working on the frontline during the Coronavirus pandemic.
The South Wales amusement park will lay on a special “closed-gate” day when lockdown is lifted, for key workers and their families to enjoy the attractions free of charge.
“Coney Beach Porthcawl would like to show our appreciation to the NHS and all of our frontline heroes during this difficult time,” said a statement from the park.
“As a ‘Thank You’, Coney Beach will be offering an exclusive closed-gate event, free of charge, for all of the NHS and frontline staff, and your immediate families.”
The theme park stated a date for the event will be confirmed when restrictions on movement have been reduced, and NHS workers are able to once more enjoy free time.
The announcement, made via social media, had an overwhelmingly positive response, being shared 1,200 times via Facebook alone.
“We invite you to celebrate all of your valued hard work, with your families, as a thank you from our families at Coney Beach,” added the park.
“We hope that you and your loved ones stay safe, and we look forward to seeing you all soon.”