THRILL seekers will welcome plans for a new attraction in Towyn.
Whitehouse Leisure Parks has submitted a planning application to Conwy County Council, seeking planning permission for an exciting new adventure activity.
If it gets the go-ahead, ‘The Jump’ will see customers leap from a tower and land on a giant airbag.
Customers will have the choice of jumping from a three or six-metre platform.
The steel-frame structure would be clad in timber and located at the park on Towyn Road, opposite the high-ropes course currently under construction.
The attraction would create four part-time employees, equivalent to two full-time staff.
Speaking on behalf of the business, architect Alice Seldon was excited about the plans.
“We are doing a lot, and we are doing it right,” she said.
“It will be brilliant. We are massively excited. Seeing the high ropes going up, The Jump will hopefully be constructed by the same company if we get permission.
“The park will be a really vibrant activity hub, and The Jump will really heighten the experience we can offer.”
The company, which is owned by SF Parks, own five caravan parks including the neighbouring Golden Gate Holiday Park.
As well as the high-ropes course, SF Parks has already received planning permission to build an arcade, spa, sauna and gym complex, and wine bar at Whitehouse Leisure Park as part of a major expansion.
The plans will be discussed at a future Conwy County Council planning committee meeting.