Blackpool Pleasure Beach has announced 4 July as its re-opening date, alongside a range of newly established safety measures, including capped capacity and mandatory PPE.
In line with similar moves by theme park attractions, the Pleasure Beach will also require guests to book in advance online, social distance while queuing and follow one-way systems.
“Blackpool Pleasure Beach is preparing to reopen respectfully and safely,” said a spokesperson via social media. “We will be introducing a range of new policies and procedures to ensure our amusement park remains as safe as possible for all our guests.”
“Some rides may require you to wear a face covering. Please bring a suitable face covering with you (we suggest you bring two). Face coverings will be available to buy here at Pleasure Beach.”
Rides which do not require face coverings will have rows divided to ensure distance between customers.
Staff will also undergo daily temperature checks, with contact limited between servers and diners through the development of a new online food ordering system.
The provision of outdoor seating has also been expanded in dedicated areas around the park.
“Please take a look at the measures we are putting in place on our website, as we prepare to welcome you back.”