The skies above Corton were lit up over the final weekend of October, as the traditional end of season firework display concluded the 2018 season at Pleasurewood Hills. The Halloween event at the park gave guests the opportunity to carve pumpkins and take a ride on “The Terror Train”, a special spooky re-theme of the parks Miniature Railway. Pleasurewood Hills will now remain closed until March 2019, a change from last season where the park opened for a Christmas event during December.

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2018 goes out with a bang! We are 10 years old!

This year, Unofficial Pleasurewood is celebrating 10 years online! Thank you to everyone who has visited the site since 2008.

Huge thanks also to those who have submitted content, voted in the polls and been involved in the discussions here on the Message Board.

See you in 10 years for the next one!

Pleasurewood Hills have received quite a number of poor reviews on Trip Advisor this season.

The 1 Star reviews sit alongside a number of much more positive reviews which begs the question; Why?

If you have visited this season, we would love to hear about your experience on the Message Board.

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New Manager Wanted

Pleasurewood Hills parent company The Looping Group are currently looking to recruit a new General Manager for the Park.

The job is being advertised on the recruitment website Indeed.

Full details about the role and further information can be found by clicking here.

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