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Excited visitors brave the rain for Hull's new £1 fairground

Heavy rain hindered the opening of a “Covid safe” theme park in Hull this weekend.

Earlier this week Crows Theme Park arrived at Hull College Craven Park to set up its wide range of rides for every thrill seeker.

However, Saturday’s opening was unfortunately scuppered by a spate of heavy rain across Hull.

The theme park was scheduled to open at 1pm but the opening time was pushed back to 4pm, with queues of excited children braving the rain to be the first on the rides.

The theme park will run until Sunday (May 16) opening at 1pm on weekends and 5pm on weekdays before closing at 9pm.

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Crow’s organisers have said “bring the family for a great day out” while a promotional video for the event suggest rides such as “The Beast” and the “Tagada” will be in attendance.

Entry into the park will cost £1 and is token operated with tokens coming in at £1 each.

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