North Shields Wet 'n' Wild water park reveals winter improvement works; Wet 'n' Wild in North Shields has installed new boilers and given a pre-school play area an overhaul as part of ongoing improvements.
Byline: Will Metcalfe
The latest round of improvements at a popular Tyneside water park have been revealed.
Wet 'n' Wild, in North Shields , has revealed its revamped discovery island play area which has seen the slides relined in the latest set of improvements at the centre.
More than 400,000 visitors have walked through the doors since Wet 'n' Wild reopened last year.
And, as temperatures plummet, swimmers have been told they have no need to worry as a string of complaints about water temperature in the pools last year have prompted them to install four new boilers.
Kevin Nolan duty manager at Wet 'n' Wild said: "We are regularly looking at ways of offering our guests an even better experience when visiting Wet 'n' Wild.
"With this in mind we have made significant improvements to our Discovery Island children's play area.
"The work involved stripping back the slides, then relining them and giving them a new paint job. We are really happy with the work that's been carried out, and we're sure that our guests will notice the improvements. The children area really stands out, and gives a bright, colourful feel as you enter the building."
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