is Plans to reopen Tayto Park next week have been delayed following the company’s review of statutory regulations published on Monday (June 8th).

 The Meath Chronicle reports that the company had planned to reopen on June 18th with certain measures in place including:

  • increasing the number of hand sanitiser locations available throughout the park
  • displaying informative and advisory signage highlighting social distancing guidelines
  • all guests must sanitise their hands when getting on and off each attraction
  • using protective screens at till points throughout the park

In a statement released today, Tayto Park said: “we were excited to reopen and welcome guests back to Tayto Park from the 18th of June, as we believed we were entitled to do, in line with all communications from all regulatory authorities over the past few days. However, on reviewing statutory regulations that were published late yesterday evening (8th June), is with regret that Tayto Park will have to remain closed until regulations permit us to reopen. We look forward to welcoming you back to Tayto Park in the near future.

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