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About CharlieN

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  • Birthday 10/17/2001

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    Theme Parks, design, architecture, food, Norwich City, cycling and darts.

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  1. I assume it’ll be one with the newer curved drops, as opposed to Colossus’ straight drop style?
  2. Coming soon to Alton Towers... and then Chessington...
  3. I can’t work out exactly where it is.. is it on the entrance side of the pier?
  4. Looking good! 18B74EE3-B47D-47E1-87EA-540711C82852.MOV
  5. I love this thread. It makes me really excited to be a European enthusiast and I can’t wait to visit some of these more obscure parks in the future.
  6. I'm currently writing an extended project regarding the future of roller coasters - and I need a bit of help! My dissertation discusses whether or not there will be a place for roller coasters in the leisure industries of the future - and I require some primary data from which I can draw a conclusion. Hence, I would be delighted if you took a minute out of your day to fill in this short survey: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfSNAgCTe2izI_j_HA691SdR1xNQJ2s5XyaVR3fx3t5oXpZPA/viewform?usp=sf_link I need as many responses as possible - so please forward this link to anyone else you know who would be happy to complete it! Many thanks in advance and if the dissertation is a success, I plan on sharing it with all of you.
  7. Good luck with the dissertation. I’m doing something similar for my extended project at school. I’d have loved to answer the survey, but it appears the maximum number of responses has been reached!
  8. Thorpe’s social media is absolutely embarrassing. More and more brands try and present themselves as fun and ‘down with the kids’ whilst forgetting the basics. For example, you’ve got airports repeatedly tweeting about how they’re on giphy without communicating with the public regarding an incident. The best park Twitter is that of the Efteling, in my opinion. They don’t try to be your best mate by posting self-deprecating memes or stupid gifs; they actually treat you with the respect you deserve as a paying guest. Their responses are immediate, helpful and just by using punctuation, not too corporate sounding. It’s a simple approach, but social media is the only way a park can ‘speak’. Therefore, it’s so important that the ethos of the park and it’s rides are coveyed by the social media team.
  9. 2019 seems like a great year for Europe.
  10. CharlieN

    Logger's Leap

    Which company calls their end of season party a ‘star ball’? It’s beyond me.
  11. Now why are Vekoma’s roller coasters always 2 across seating? I wonder if their rejected concept for Energylandia’s hyper was 4 across...
  12. Stay positive Sam. The league is crazy this year; any of the top 12 teams could get play-offs. Norwich are top... so anything can happen!
  13. Uhh, here goes my confession: I’ve visited 0 theme parks all year. (well bar a 5 minute trip to Adventure Island to get on Rage) That’s not to say my enthusiasm’s waned at all; I spend most of my time researching, exploring and reading about theme parks online. I guess I was just busy this year and my inability to drive combined with a lack of theme park buddies does mean that getting to new parks is rather difficult. I hope that a year from now I’ll be writing up a very hefty park count... including trips to The Efteling and Phantasialand...
  14. That’s why it’s a VR attraction! Shame it’s not Hollenblitz there, however...
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