As you may know Thorpe Park's saw alive horror maze ride recently had a fire causing the ride to be shut down to be repaired and fixed up so the ride is ready to be open again.
Its only a couple of days until the royal wedding but Alton Towers couldn't wait much longer to give there present to the royal couple!
Possibly one of the more stranger articles we have written this year, however 13 Nuns, Vickers and Deacons have been having a hair raising experience at Alton Towers Resort and Thorpe Park conducting services at 50 mph or more!
Over the last couple of days Slammer has been shut due to the ride not going fully up meaning the ride couldn't run.
Following the indecent with a cast member being seriously injured during a daily rehearsal of a show the shows at Legoland Windsor have started again. Our thoughts are with his family and we wish him a speedy recovery.
Before Saw alive was built saw the ride had actors inside the building enacting with the props found inside the indoor queue line.
On Tuesday 5th April 2011 a minor fire broke out in the saw alive ride at Thorpe Park which is located on the old Thorpe Park belle.
If you have visited Thorpe Park this year so far then you would of seen that Samurai has been closed because of one of its motors had failed and Thorpe Park where waiting for a new motor to be fitted.
A stunt performer named Jay Young, has been seriously injured whilst rehearsing for the Lego City Harbor Stunt Show which this year is the pirates of skeleton bay but with new actors.
On the Legoland Windsor website we have come across the old 2010 map which has been updated with this years new information for the previously called Dino Dipper. As seen from the photo below the ride has been moved and re named.