^How old are you? Not seen that happen before unless one of you was under 12 or under the height limit where you need an adult with you.
Ollie said:"Guest feedback has showed that with a lot of our rides and attractions having a 1.4m height restriction, some of our ‘up for it’ families are unable to enjoy our rides as a group. Over Easter we wanted to make sure these families had the opportunity to experience the Park together and have the best possible day out."
That's stupid. Why make it JUST for families? If there's adults who don't like big rides then there's nothing for them to do at Thorpe. And families could still ride it before.
Will said:That's really, truly, genuinely ludicrous. Firstly, do that many 'family groups' actually accidentally go to Thorpe when there's Chessington just down the M25 - and where incidentally, there's none of these silly policies.