Oakwood Theme Park assign world class theming company

Miniature Nelson's Column photo opportunity being installed
by Alex Dunne

Oakwood Theme Park have chosen KD Theming Technologies to work with them on their new £4-million family attraction, which opens later this year.

It is known that the Pembrokeshire park is working with this UK-based company to help build a series of magical new ride experiences which include a pirate-theme log flume water ride, in which the flume will travel through a gigantic 12-metre-tall sculpted skull.

The KD Theming company have done previous work in various UK Theme Park’s including the theming for the Legoland Hotel in Windsor, the Legoland Discovery Centre in Manchester and the SpongeBob Squarepants Splash Bash ride at Nickelodeon Land in Blackpool Pleasure Beach.

Oakwood Theme Park Director, Dominic Jones, comments;

“We’re delighted that KD Theming Technologies agreed to help us create our magical new attraction. They’re reputation and attention to detail is second to none and, having had the opportunity to get a sneak preview of what they have created, I can’t wait for it to be unveiled to our visitors,”

At the moment the exact details of this new attraction is being kept a secret. However, it will be very London-based, with a taxi cab ride, street scene, Nelson’s Column, Big Ben and the Tower of London and other experiences including the pirate flume ride.

So, a bit of background history on KD Theming Technologies. They are world leaders in the design, manufacture and installation of theme park ride decoration, seasonal displays, animation, animatronics and theming.For over 30 years they have been working with theme parks to provide wonderful, interactive and magical decorations bringing ideas and dreams to life.

KD Theming’s Sales and Production Director Matthew Kitchen-Dunn seconded Jones’ viewpoint;

“It has been a pleasure working with and designing for the team from Oakwood Theme Park and we wish them every success for their opening and for the coming year.”

Oakwood Theme Park is almost 90 acres of countryside, and it is billed as “Wales biggest family adventure” with over 30 rides, attractions and different experiences including a Speed:No Limits, Megafobia, Bobsleigh, The Bounce and the tallest water ride in Europe; Drenched (formally Hydro).

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About: Adam James Whittaker

Adam James Whittaker is an aspiring marketer, who has worked in the theme park industry for a number of years. He believes in the preservation of amusement heritage and using marketing effectively to promote new attractions and investments.

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