An exciting, brand new website promoting Rhyl’s new flagship SC2 waterpark in Rhyl has gone live.
SC2 is expected to open in Spring 2019, with construction work well underway on the site next to the Sky Tower on Rhyl promenade. The £15 million waterpark will include Wales’ first TAGactive play arena, indoor and outdoor water play for all ages and abilities, flume rides, beach style paddling, feature slides and themed cafes. There will also be a bar and terrace open seasonally.
As the centrepiece of Rhyl’s waterfront development programme, SC2 is expected to attract an extra 350,000 visitors per year to the town and will also create an anticipated 65 new jobs.
The latest information about SC2 can be found by visiting www.sc2rhyl.co.uk All the latest information will be updated on this easy to navigate site and people are encouraged to visit the site and register for all the latest updates and for a change to win free family tickets for when the venue is open.
Leader of Denbighshire, Councillor Hugh Evans OBE, said: “We’re delighted to see that work is progressing so well on this site. We are well on track to open next Spring and this website gives residents and visitors a real flavour of what they can expect when we open the doors. There will be something for the whole family at SC2, including great opportunities for play, food and drink and relaxation.
“The excitement is already building and we look forward to providing more information over the coming months, giving a real flavour of what’s to come”.
Rhyl Mayor Cllr Win Mullen-James said: “The SC2 build is moving on at great pace and, even this far ahead, we’re hearing residents and visitors talking about the waterpark with anticipation and excitement. The new website will help showcase what the people of Rhyl and the town’s tourists can look forward to next year.”
To learn more about this exciting development, please visit the official website
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