10:15AM, Sunday 06 May 2012
Legoland theme park in Windsor is closed due to an electrical power failure.
A statement on the Winkfield Road resort's social media sites said it was working hard to find the cause of the problem and updates will follow.
Staff at an external office could not yet confirm how long the park is expected to be closed for as the power failure is making communication between the sites difficult.
Follow @LEGOLANDWindsor on Twitter or like 'Official LEGOLAND Windsor' on Facebook for updates.
UPDATE: 11.15am - Legoland is still without power. A statement on its social media sites says Chessington World of Adventures will accept any pre-booked tickets for today.
UPDATE: 2.30pm - A statement on Legoland's Facebook page has confirmed the park will remain closed today. It says:
"We will be open again tomorrow, as per normal. Apologies to everybody for all the inconvenience caused; we did everything we could to fix the problem, but the issue was out of our control. If you have purchased tickets for today, they can be swapped for another date.Please contact email@example.com for more details."
UPDATE: Sunday, May 7 at 11am - The park reopened at 10am this morning. A statement on its Facebook page apologised once again for the inconvenience.
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