Raymond Coyle

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The Cú Chulainn roller coaster in Tayto park.

Tayto Park has suffered another setback in its plans to construct a new €15.5 million Coaster 2021 roller coaster after local residents lodged an appe(...)

Tayto Park’s existing roller-coaster ride. In July, An Bord Pleanála refused planning to a new roller coaster, concluding the operation of the ride would be too noisy for nearby residents

Tayto Park’s planned €15.5 million “Coaster 2021” roller coaster has suffered a setback with Meath County Council putting its planning application on(...)

Tayto Park’s rollercoaster which opened in 2015.

Plans by Tayto Park to have its €15.5 million ‘Coaster 2021’ project operational for next year have suffered a major setback. This follows two of the(...)

Gross earnings at the company that operates Tayto Park increased by 2 per cent to €6.45 million last year.

Pretax profit at the company that operates Tayto Park last year declined by 7 per cent to €3.4million in spite of a 6 per cent rise in revenue to €17(...)

The numbers to attend Tayto Park this year totalled 615,000. Mr Coyle said: “Numbers have been flat the last two or three years and we need to do something about it.”

The screams by riders on Tayto Park’s planned new €15.5 million rollercoaster won’t impact on nearby residents, according to the owner of Tayto Park. (...)

Haunted Spooktacular Horror Farm in Kells, Co Meath

When you call Nightmares Fear Factory in Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada, they answer the phone by saying “nightmares”. The attraction has generated a (...)