Zip wire attraction coming to Brighton

A new zip wire attraction on Brighton seafront has approved, according to BBC.

At a cots of £1.7-million, the 300m-long attraction will be built on the former site of the Brighton Wheel, which closed in May.

Once complete the zip wire will have a 22m-high starting tower with two cables, a cafe seating up to 140 people, with an open glass-fronted terrace.

The attraction will be open year round between 10h00 and 23h00.

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