The snow and ice may have melted but the impact of the arctic conditions are still being felt.
Some of the biggest tourist attractions in the Midlands were forced to close as the big freeze set in.
One says it has lost £750,000 and has seen a fifty per cent fall in visitor numbers compared to the same time last year. Deborah Hadfield reports.
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