2015 Events

2015 Events 2017-10-19T22:50:55+00:00

Although 2015 was a difficult year for the resort there was no shortage of events with a whole host of themed and dance weekends, as well as the annual events returning stronger than ever!

Fit JAM Weekend

30th January – 1st February

Dance enthusiasts enjoyed a weekend of dance and fitness workshops with UK and international fitness presenters.

Caribbean Carnival Weekends

Tropical celebrations once again hit the Splash Landings Hotel with an exotic carnival.

Pirate & Princess Weekends

Pirates and princesses overran the hotels on selected weekends during the theme park closed season.

February Half Term

The theme park opened in advance of the main season with a selection of attractions, as well as live shows from Justin Fletcher and Mr Bloom.

Dancing with the Stars

6th-8th March

Know your foxtrot from your funky chicken? This was the perfect chance to stay over at the resort and dance with the stars.

Big Six Challenge

Guests were dared to ride the theme park’s ‘Big Six’ rollercoasters in order to return to the park for free in early November. (Postponed)

Towers Tastic Summer

There was endless excitement to experience during the summer months, with a number of competitions and Golden Ticket prizes to find.

Meet and Tweet

Throughout the summer younger guests could meet their favourite CBeebies characters and tweet a photo to win prizes.

Scarefest

The annual Halloween event received a massive overhaul with two new terrifying scare mazes as well as two new scare zones!

Fireworks

The resort ended the season with an explosive Fireworks spectacular overseen by Sir Algenon as he tested his Sonic Visualiser.

UK Street Dance Challenge

20th-22nd November

UK dance crews descended on the resort to take part in workshops and compete.

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Christmas

As Father Christmas arrived at the resort the usual packages were available and the theme park opened to day guests for the first time.

New Year’s Eve

Guests could see in the new year in style with both Sir Algenon and Ma Garritta laying on celebrations, as well as a traditional Gala Dinner.