Drayton Manor Park has been left under water after the lake burst its banks While the UK recovers from two weeks of extreme weather, Drayton Manor Park is experiencing the aftermath, with significant flooding in the park meaning it will remain closed until at least Wednesday this week. To ensure the safety of guests and staff, management at the Staffordshire-based attraction made the decision to close the park yesterday (Sunday) after the main lake burst its banks, flooding the park. Prior to the closure, the park had been operating a reduced number of rides and attractions as a result of the adverse weather conditions in the region. The park will be closed for at least three days It has since confirmed it will be closed today (Monday), tomorrow (Tuesday) and Wednesday February 19, while recovery teams begin the clean-up and extensive repair work in the park. William Bryan, Managing Director at Drayton Manor Park, said: “We made the decision to close the park yesterday following adverse weather conditions which caused significant flooding on-site. “Thankfully […]