Fantasy Island has begun implementing a range of preparatory social distancing measures in anticipation of further relaxation of the government’s Coronavirus lockdown guidance.
The Ingoldmells amusement park has announced a new pre-booked ticketing system, limited capacity and an overhaul of the 2020 Ride and Events calendar in order to allow a return to business as soon as it is safe to do so.
“We’re extremely excited to welcome you all back to your number one family destination,” read a statement from the park. “Whilst we wait for government guidance, we’re busy putting measures in place ready for when we are able to reopen.”
“We will do our all to keep you safe and therefore, we are looking to make some changes to the way that we operate our resort.”
When reopened, all visitors to the park will be required to have pre-booked tickets to a number of limited capacity fun riding sessions at fixed times throughout the day.
Tickets for rides will not be available on the door, and visitors will be encouraged to keep as much distance from park staff as possible.
The seven-day market will also return, with a one-way system and reduced capacity, alongside “additional measures by individual trading units.