TAYTO PARK, Irelands largest theme park has secured planning permission for an “iconic” €14 million steel rollercoaster. Planning documents stated that the ride, called 'Coaster 2021', will help projected visitor numbers to the theme park increase by 15% from 630,000 in 2019 to 725,000 in 2023.
The new rollercoaster will be the same height as the park's 32-metre high Cú Chulainn but will be 400 metres longer than the 1,082-metre long Cú Chulainn ride.
Ray Coyle, Owner of Tayto Park said that the new rollercoaster will be two rollasters in one. "It will copper-fasten the future of Tayto Park. If you don’t create something landmark every three or four years, your numbers will start going down and that is the road to closure.”
Monique Freeman, Sales & Development Executive at Tayto Park will join our Chamber Breakfast Networking on Wednesday 20th March to talk all things Tayto!
Business networking is of huge importance to SME’s so we openly encourage you to join us at our Navan Network Mornings which are hosted in Chamber House on the first and third Wednesday of every month.
- Doors opens at 7.30am for freshly brewed coffee and networking.
- Meeting starts at 7.50am and finishes at 8.45am.
- These events are FREE to members of County Meath Chamber.
- Non members of County Meath Chamber are welcome to attend two networking events before joining the Chamber.
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