2007 News Roundup

/2007 News Roundup

2007 News Roundup

2014-01-23T16:23:06+00:00 February 10th, 2007|
    • FEBRUARY 4TH 2007 : ADRENALIN WEEK RETURNS!
      Another Alton Towers favourite will be returning to the park in 2007. The ever popular Adrenalin Week, is back for the new season with a twist.

      The event will be running from Monday March 19th to Friday March 23rd, featuring a Triple Ride Promise. The park is guaranteeing that all guests, height restrictions permitting, will get onto onto four of its most popular rides at least three times in one day. A brave pledge, if ever we heard one!

    • FEBRUARY 13TH 2007 : YOURDAY EXPLAINED
      One of the big news items this closed season has been the parks new souvenir option, which offers guests a DVD of their day. So far the YourDay scheme has seen new cameras popping up all over the park, as well as some excellent new film footage of the park emerge.

       

      The park has now also released some information concerning the YourDay DVDs, including an FAQ about the system.

    • FEBRUARY 16TH 2007 : CHOCOLATE TOWERS RETURNS
      For the second year in a row the Towers will be hosting their Easter event, Chocolate Towers. This year the event promises to be a choctastic as ever, even including an appearance by the Easter Bunny herself.
    • FEBRUARY 18TH 2007 :NEW DIMENSION TO THE RIVERBANK EYE-SPY 
      News has been churning in Old MacDonald’s farm so far this year, but in case you haven’t heard the Dung Heap is not the only thing to look out for in 2007.

       

      The Riverbank Eye-Spy is going 3D for the new season, as the old 2D theming is replaced with all new models, in a style similar to that seen on the Driving School. Farming has never looked so good.

    • FEBRUARY 24TH 2007 : BLACKHOLE DEPARTS AT LAST
      The Blackhole, which closed in 2005, has finally left the X Sector this week. It is not known where the ride is destined to end up, but it is good to see the park finally remove the coaster which had spent much of 2006 sitting in pieces outside of its tent.

      When the The Blackhole closed in 2005 it had thrilled riders for 21 years, being one of the first coasters to be built at the park arriving in 1984.