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Unfortunately, due to the continuously changing measures, the costs involved reacting to them and the hugely adverse impact of the most recent measures introduced from the Welsh Government, taking effect from Monday 14th December, we regretfully announce we will again have to close our doors until further notice once again.
We are anticipating open our outdoor areas from Monday 26th April, with accommodation and indoor areas from mid to late May, subject to Welsh Government confirmations.