Will UK Attractions Flood?

By Michael Mander

Here is a list of UK Attractions and their current flood risk.

This data comes from The Environmental Agency and was accurate at the time of writing. We will do our best to keep this information as up-to-date as possible but take no responsibility for it’s accuracy.

[warning] For accurate information on the floods call the Floodline: 03459881188.

Last updated Feb 16 11:50am. [/warning]

As the storms across the UK begin to calm down, nearly all Flood Warnings and Alerts have been removed by the Environmental Agency. Here’s the fully updated list:

 

Alton Towers – No Flood Risk

Adventure Island – No Flood Risk (reports of strong wind in Southend area)

Adventure Wonderland – Flood Warning

Blackpool Pleasure Beach – No Flood Risk

Brean Leisure Park – No Flood Risk

Blackgang Chine – No Flood Risk

Butlins (Bognor Regis) – No Flood Risk

Chessington World of Adventures – No Flood Risk

Clarence Pier – No Flood Risk

Drayton Manor – No Flood Risk

Fantasy Island – No Flood Risk

Gulliver’s Kingdom – Flood Alert

Lightwater Valley – Nearby Flood Alert

Legoland Windsor – No Flood Risk

Longleat Safari Park – No Flood Risk

London Dungeon – No Flood Risk

Pleasureland – No Flood Risk

Oakwood – No Flood Risk

Pleasure Island – No Flood Risk

Sealife Weymouth – No Flood Risk (Rides closed due to weather today: 15th Feb)

Thorpe Park – Severe Flood Warning (The park is acting as a flood relief centre for nearby residents. Annual Pass Room closed today, 15th Feb)

 

 

About: Michael Mander

I mainly cover Thorpe Park, Alton Towers, Adventure Island, Paramount London and other attractions in the south of England. Contact me at: Michael@Airgates.co.uk

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