The 500-acre site will feature attractions themed around ITV's Thunderbirds Are Go, and Robozuna, and could create up to 30,000 jobs.Read the full story ›
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A business consortium has unveiled plans to create a two billion pound Hollywood-style theme park in Kent.
Building and running the Paramount Pictures entertainment complex, featuring cinemas, theatres, hotels, live music venues and Europe's biggest water park would create 27 thousand jobs.
The resort, rivalling Disneyland Paris, would be constructed at a vast former chalk pit on the Swanscombe Peninsula between Dartford and Gravesend - close to Ebbsfleet International railway station.
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Developers have revealed plans for a 'Disneyland-style' theme park in Kent, in conjunction with the Hollywood-based Paramount Pictures firm.Read the full story ›
A consortium of leading UK entertainment firms is to unveil plans for a new £2bn theme park for the Swanscombe area in Kent.
It is being said the new development could create up to 27,000 jobs for North Kent by transforming an 872 acre brownfield site into one of Europe's largest regeneration projects.
The London Resort Company Holdings [LRCH] said it has signed an exclusive agreement with Paramount Licensing Inc, the licensing division for Hollywood-based Paramount Pictures.
A £2,000 reward is being offered to catch thieves who stole power cables that were running a fun fair in Kent.
They struck overnight at the Strand Leisure Park in Gillingham, using hacksaws to chop through inch thick cables.
The fair, which has been run by the same family for four generations, has restored power using borrowed cables.
The owners of ‘The Worldwide Travelling Theme Park Experience’, which is operating at The Strand in Gillingham, Kent have vowed to stay open after thieves stole cables. Power leads to dodgems, waltzers and 8 other attractions were cut and taken between 9pm and 8am this morning.
Hundreds of messages of support have been posted on a social media website for a four-year-old girl from Kent who fell several feet from a walkway at a theme park. Jessica Blake, from Sheerness on the Isle of Sheppey, remains in a critical condition in hospital.
She suffered a fractured skull, and a bleed on the brain and broken ribs, after falling from the Tomb Blaster ride queue at Chessington World of Adventure in Surrey on Thursday. The theme park said an internal investigation was underway and the Health and Safety Executive had been informed.
"The resort's fully-trained medical staff were on site immediately and administered direct care to the child until ambulance teams arrived.
"She was then taken to hospital in a conscious state. Until all investigations have concluded we are not in a position to comment further.