Helping local businesses get ready to open with PPE supplies
Southend on Sea – the home of great companies that work together as family. Liberty Hygiene, a company based on traditional family values and ethics, has been working tirelessly to supply business PPE to Adventure Island to get the popular visitor attraction ready for visitors once the lockdown has been eased.
Adventure Island gets ready to re-open
Adventure Island also has a strong history of family with the Millers who have been custodians since 1976. Many families still work within the park and it is for them as well as visitors that the management have made significant investment in tens of thousands of pieces of PPE equipment including gloves, visors, masks and hundreds of well stocked sanitiser stations to distribute around the park.
Keeping workplaces safe
As we emerge from lockdown and until a vaccine is found and delivered against Covid-19, staff and the public at large will be looking for reassurance first and foremost from any business: reassurance that all possible safety measures are in place to ensure a safe experience. People want to see staff using face protection and responsible businesses do so too. The reassurance of hand sanitiser stations when hand washing is not immediately available has already been shown to allay customers’ apprehension on entering a premise. Supermarkets have sanitising stations at the entrances which are well used.
We’ve been able to support the Adventure Island team with their preparations and are confident that when they are allowed to open, the families flocking to this evergreen fun park will continue to enjoy freely all on offer.
A bit more about one of Southend on Sea’s much loved attractions.
Adventure Island is a free-admission amusement park in Southend-on-Sea, which has over 50 rides and attractions. The current site of the amusement park flanks the north end of the world famous Southend Pier and has been an amusement park since 1976 when the land now forming the west side of the park was purchased by the Miller family. The site is currently owned and managed by Stockvale Limited.
Adventure Island started out in 1918 as Sunken Gardens, a sea side garden that in the 1920s installed a few children’s rides. In 1976, the land to the west of the pier was purchased by the Miller family. In 1995 the park was vastly expanded when the land to the east of the pier was purchased to form part of the park.
Adventure Island is not divided into specific areas but divides its rides into the following categories: Big Adventure (blue rides), Junior (green rides) and Mini (red rides). The park’s mascot is called Snappy.
There are rides and attractions for the whole family – a great day out once the Covid-19 dust has settled.
Keeping workplaces safe with PPE
If your business is working out how to re-open and stay safe, give us a call. We’ve got access to a vast range of PPE equipment and supplies.