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Sblash water park opening in North Wales

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North Wales is set for an aquatic adventureland with the confirmation of Sblash water park.

Conwy council has approved plans to convert Graiglwyd Springs Fishery in Penmaenmawr into an inflatable water attraction. 

The creation of Sblash will aid the economy in the town and provide seasonal jobs; seven additional staff of lifeguards and receptionists will be created between the tourism hot spot of May and October.

Activities at Sblash include a near 13-foot Mount Rainier, slides, floating trampolines, a freefall experience and the Waverider. A wet suit and buoyancy aid will be provided before each guests experiences the water park. Meanwhile, a restaurant will be part of its offering with a range of delicacies.

“The fishery continues to be successful, but we wanted to make this site a more sustainable year-round enterprise, which is why we have diversified,” said Co-Owner James McAllister, along with his wife, Debbie.

“Sblash will be perfect for families, school groups, parties, team building, and anyone wanting to get active and have fun! We already attract people from all over the UK and this will give us another USP to create a buzz in the area.”

“We are thankful to Business Wales for its support and to the amazing community here in Penmaenmawr; we look forward to opening very soon.”

“I have every confidence that this new venture will not only succeed but also become a popular tourist attraction for both locals and visitors alike,” said North Wales Tourism CEO Jim Jones.

Sblash is set to make a splash when it opens for the first time on 24 May.

Image: Sblash

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