plans to expand Berrow tourist attraction get the go-ahead
tourist attraction in Berrow is set to expand with the introduction
of £100,000 of new facilities.
Farm in Red Road, Berrow has been given permission by Sedgemoor
District Council to build a huge outdoor play castle, pictured
right, and extend its existing play barn.
park's Krystal Finch told Burnham-On-Sea.com this week: "We're
delighted to have got permission from the council to go ahead.
The new play castle and fort will be a particularly exciting new
will be a massive new outdoor play complex that will feature lots
of areas for children to climb and explore. It will be our biggest
new development for four years."
will be partially built from recycled plastic and will be very
durable and long-lasting. There will also be soft flooring installed
inside and around it, plus seating areas for tired parents!"
added that the new castle is scheduled to open by early August
in time for the peak summer holiday period.
tourist attraction has also been given planning permission to
proceed with the expansion of its play barn, which is scheduled
to go ahead over the next year.
extension will provide additional space for indoor facilities
during wet weather.
said the park has had a busy start to the season. "The weather
was against us in the early part of the year but things have picked
up and we have been really busy in recent weeks."
hope that the good weather continues over the summer holidays
and look forward to seeing lots of visitors."
Top, how the new fort will look and, centre, the play barn that
is to be expanded