Plans for new themed restaurant at Norfolk’s Dinosaur Adventure park

Adam Goymour, park manager, with the animatronic T-Rex at the Dinosaur Adventure Park, Lenwade. Pict

Adam Goymour, park manager, with the animatronic T-Rex at the Dinosaur Adventure Park, Lenwade. Picture: Denise Bradley - Credit: Archant 2013

A new restaurant has been proposed for a dinosaur-themed adventure park in Norfolk.

The plans, submitted to Broadland District Council, seek permission for a themed restaurant and terrace at the Dinosaur Adventure park at Lenwade, near Norwich.

Application papers state: 'The proposals are part of continuing improvements to the park. With increased numbers of visitors year-on-year, the facilities are steadily being enhanced.'

The new restaurant will cater for 200 covers, and there will be a terraced area overlooking the animal gardens.

It will be accessed by the newly opened-up garden walls, near to the park's cafe.

Earlier this year, owner Martin Goymour said there were plans to invest 'heavily' in the park over the coming three to five years.

He said it was being made possible thanks to the sale of Weston Park Golf Club to the Royal Norwich Golf Club.