Crealy’s £7.5m plan will boost local economy’

PUBLISHED: 09:38 18 January 2008 | UPDATED: 08:46 10 June 2010

Crealy Great Adventure Park is applying for planning permission to invest £7.5 million over the next six years.

Crealy Great Adventure Park is applying for planning permission to invest £7.5 million over the next six years.

The investment at the family attraction near Exeter features five-star eco-lodges, which will create seven new jobs and bring millions of pounds of revenue into the local economy.

Angela Wright, MBE, one of the family owners of Devon's Crealy, said: "Quality accommodation at Devon's Crealy will benefit Devon as a whole in terms of jobs, local businesses and by encouraging year-round tourism spend in the region.

"Our plans also enhance the environment with significant landscaping to benefit both our visitors and local wildlife.


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