Updated plans for a new South Yorkshire theme park will go on public display next month.
People will have the chance to comment on the new proposals for Gulliver’s Valley, which could be built near Rotherham.
The family behind the Gulliver’s theme parks has modified its plans following intensive environmental impact surveys and a round of public consultation events held in October 2015.
Two more consultation events will be held on August 2.
Gulliver’s director Julie Dalton said: “I’m looking forward to revealing the updated plans for our Gulliver’s Valley development to local residents and businesses through this latest consultation exercise.
“Of course, the consultation events are a two-way process and as well as providing information about our plans, we’re keen to hear what local people think about them and find out what they would like to see on the 250-acre former Pit House West site.”
The consultation events will take place at Aston Library, Worksop Road, Aston, from 2pm to 5.30pm, and Kiveton Park and Wales Village Hall, Walesmoor Avenue, Sheffield, from 6.30pm to 9pm on August 2.
Anyone who cannot make it to the consultation events can find out more about the Gulliver’s Valley project at www.gulliversvalley.co.uk or on the Gulliver’s Valley Facebook page.