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Tickets to be refunded as Winter Wonderland to close

The Winter Wonderland in Hyde Park, central London has had to put in contingency plans due to the stormy weather expected on Monday. In a statement, it announced that it will close tomorrow, but would refund tickets bought for Monday.

General View at Winter Wonderland, in Hyde Park, London Credit: /Matt Crossick/Empics Entertainment

A spokesman said: "Due to the severe weather conditions of high winds and extreme rain predicted for London tomorrow, PWR Events and The Royal Parks have taken the decision to close Hyde Park Winter Wonderland on Monday for the day.

"All ticket holders for the Lycamobile Ice Rink, Zippos Circus, Magical Ice Kingdom and the Giant Observation Wheel will be refunded for Monday.

"We are very sorry for the inconvenience caused, but Hyde Park Winter Wonderland will be open as usual again on Tuesday at 10am".

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