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An ‘aggressive’ rollercoaster and expanded falconry will be among the draws at the Co Meath theme park within the next three years
Thrillseekers, brave yourselves: a new rollercoaster will be open at Tayto Park in Co Meath within the next few years.
The theme park, opened seven years ago by local businessman Ray Coyle, will invest €1.5 million of its profits each year for the next three years in new attractions and rides.
Coyle said the new coaster would have more loops and sharper turns than the Cú Chulainn, the park’s €2.4 million wooden rollercoaster made from...
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