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Last Updated: Thursday, 21 June 2007, 14:15 GMT 15:15 UK
Water park reopens after floods
Kingsbury Water Park, in Warwickshire
The park was covered by several feet of water, pic sent in by Rob Hayes
A water park closed by severe flooding last weekend has reopened.

Kingsbury Water Park in Warwickshire saw its worst flooding since the 1930s, with damage estimated at tens of thousands of pounds.

The park, which has 15 lakes in over 600 acres, was submerged in several feet of water after the bad weather.

A spokesman said the main entrance and the cafe are open as usual, but some activities are not possible due to the flood water.

People wanting to visit should telephone for current information.

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