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London Resort theme park 'could struggle to bring in enough visitors' after signing deal with ITV

There are concerns about whether a new theme park in north Kent will be able to attract enough visitors, as it's revealed another entertainment company has pulled out of the project.

A deal between London Resort and Paramount was dropped in 2017 - and we now know the makers of Wallace and Gromit are also no longer involved.

Earlier this week we told you bosses, who want to spend more than £3billion building the park on the Swanscombe peninsular between Dartford and Gravesend, had signed an agreement with ITV studios.

Some of the rides and attractions will be based on children's shows Thunderbirds Are Go and Robozuna.

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