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Grab your last chance to swing in the skies.

THE Sky Swing is back at Liverpool Village at the Pier Head - but not for much longer.

The Liverpool Village will close for the season this weekend.

But there's still chance to ride on the Sky Swing, even if this one is nearly half the size of the original one.

The original Sky Swing which opened on the waterfront in July was 200ft high but was later dismantled and taken to fulfil dates at the V Festival and Creamfields.

A spokesperson for The Liverpool Village said: "We were supposed to get original ride back, but it got caked in mud at Creamfields, and would have taken a few days to clean.

"To get the attraction back sooner, a slightly smaller version has arrived."

The new Sky Swing is just over 130ft tall, but still offers some breathtaking views of Liverpool's iconic waterfront.

The Liverpool Village and the Sky Swing run until 11pm on Sunday, September 11.


The smaller Sky Swing ride at the Pier Head.

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Publication:Liverpool Echo (Liverpool, England)
Date:Sep 10, 2016
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