Will storm Denis affect your plans tomorrow? A list of attractions closed on Sunday 16th Feb in Cheshire, North Wales and Merseyside
We’ve all seen the headlines…. According to the Met office, gusts of up to 70 mph will batter parts of the North Wales Coast and other coastal regions with the arrival of storm Denis.
The Met office has issued an amber warning for wind and rain making driving conditions less favourable as a month of rain falls within 24 hours in some areas.
Due to a possible risk to live with debris and falling trees, some attractions have temporarily closed their doors until the storm passes for health and safety reasons. We have included the ones we know about below. There aren’t that many compared to last week!
Clued in with kids have reshared the rainy day activities that you can complete at home (see end of article).
No closures reported yet that we are aware of.
Cheshire and beyond
*Tatton Park – OPEN only certain areas of the park are closed including the adventure play area.
*Reaseheath Mini Zoo – Closed
*Go Ape Delamere – Closed.
*Drayton Manor – parts closed on the 15th so we recommend you call in advance if visiting Sun 16th
*Chirk castle – closed on the 15th so we suggest you call in advance if visiting Sun 16th.
* Bodnant Gardens – Closed 15th but expected to open Sun 16th.
* Penrhyn castle – Closed 15th so we suggest you call in advance if visiting Sun 16th.
* Plas Newydd Country House – Closed 15th so we suggest you call in advance if visiting Sun 16th.
*Erddig – Grounds open but wolf den closed.
*Plas yn Rhiw – closed.
*Greenwood – plan to open 16th but we suggest calling to confirm in advance.
*Adventure Parc Snowdonia – Closed
*Welsh Mountain Zoo – closed on 15th so we suggest you call in advance.
Indoor rainy day ideas.
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