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Wednesday 15 February 2012

Exciting proposals for Tatton Park


Bure Valley Adventures Ltd , working with Cheshire East Council,  is delighted to announce the first stages of a public consultation process for BeWILDerwood, an exciting new outdoor adventure park.

BeWILDerwood is an award-winning attraction currently operating in the heart of the Norfolk Broads, which is run by the company.

The company, working through their planning consultants have been liaising with the Council and Tatton Park to bring the BeWILDerwood concept to the North West’s premier estate.  Tatton Park was identified by them as their preferred location for a similar adventure park.

A public exhibition, which anyone can attend, will start on February 23 at the Verandah Suite at the Cotton’s Hotel, in Manchester Road, Knutsford. This will start at 12noon and end at 8pm. The exhibition will then move to Tatton Park for a further two weeks. The public exhibition is being organised by Bidwells, property consultants, of Norfolk, on behalf of Bure Valley Adventures Ltd.

Full details will also be available online at

The exhibition will provide more details about the proposal and allow residents’ views on the emerging design to be considered before the application is finalised and submitted to the Council.

Cheshire East Council Cabinet member with responsibility for prosperity, Councillor Jamie Macrae said: “This proposal is a huge part of Cheshire East Council’s ambitious plans for the Tatton Vision.

“Tatton Park is already the premier major attraction in the region with more than 800,000 visitors a year. Our vision is to realise its full potential at national level and raise the visitor to over 1,000,000 visitors a year  By working closely with this prestigious company, we are showing our real commitment to improving the facilities and enhancing the whole visitor experience. In turn, this will bring a major boost to the local and regional economy and provide jobs for local people. “

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