Southport Pleasureland will remain closed for the next two weekends as a mark of respect following the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II yesterday (Thursday, September 8).

CEO Norman Wallis has decided to suspend all entertainment activity at the popular waterfront attraction as the country enters an official period of mourning.

Southport Pleasureland opens weekends (Spring / Autumn) and special dates outside the summer school holidays.

A number of other businesses in Southport have also announced their temporary closure as a mark of respect for Queen Elizabeth II. 

A Book of Condolence has been opened at The Atkinson in Southport, while floral tributes are being laid in the Town Hall Gardens. 

Under these exceptional and unforeseen circumstances, any tickets bought in advance for Southport Pleasureland for the next two weekends will be refunded.

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