Exclusive access to Rhyl’s new water and adventure centre as SC2 launch free ‘preview sessions’ to the local public.
SC2, North Wales’ most exciting new attraction, is opening its doors to the public with thousands of free tickets to exclusive preview sessions ahead of their opening in April.
The £15 million Waterpark will open to the public for a number of ‘one off’ sessions running between 14th -29th March.
Adventure seekers will have the chance to ride the thrilling rides in the waterpark, splash in the Piranha Play area or test themselves in the TAG Active and Junior TAG arenas.
Over 3,500 tickets will be given away free of charge to the local public, various local community groups, schools and local businesses – offering an exclusive opportunity to try out this exciting new attraction before it opens.
Construction is now in the final stages on the site next to the Sky Tower on Rhyl promenade, with the TAG Active arenas on track to finish by the end of February, ahead of the preview sessions.
During the preview sessions SC2 will be serving a number delicious dishes for guests to purchase and relax in the Rainforest Diner, at the Watering Hole and in TAG Café.
Jamie Groves, Head of Facilities Assets and Housing, said: “SC2 may be a Denbighshire building, but we have built it for the community and visitors to the area. We are very proud of this exciting new attraction and first class facility, and we think it is only right that residents of the local area are the first to experience it for themselves.”
Tickets are limited and applicants will be allocated on a first come first served basis. Adventure seekers can apply via sc2rhyl.co.uk/tasterdays and submit their details through the ‘Family & Friends’ web form. Successful applicants will be contacted by 8thMarch with their allocated session and time slot.
Councillor Bobby Feeley, Cabinet Lead Member for Well-being and Independence, said: “We are delighted that there is so much excitement and anticipation ahead of the opening of SC2. It will be a draw to residents and tourists alike for the whole of the North Wales coast and by giving the community to chance to visit the site first shows Denbighshire’s commitment to putting their resident’s first.”