Feb 2012 17

Pembrokeshire’s Blue Lagoon waterpark will go red on Friday (18th February 2012) to mark the British Heart Foundation’s Red for Heart campaign.
The waterpark at Bluestone National Park Resort, near Narberth, will see its pool turned red as part of National Heart Month which culminates in the BHF’s National Wear Red Day on 24th February.
Blue Lagoon will join iconic buildings like the London Eye which have been turned red to support the campaign and make more people aware of the life-saving research and work carried out by the BHF.
“We’re pleased to be combining our ‘After Dark’ night at Blue Lagoon with the Red for Heart campaign. It’ll be a great night with the water turned red and our amazing lighting making it a truly spectacular evening,” said David Crews, Manager at the Blue Lagoon water park.
The event will take place between 6pm and 9pm and will include the now famous ‘After Dark’ waves, music, light show, high power water jets and fast flowing ‘lazy river’.
“This is going to be a great night and a unique way to support the British Heart Foundation’s Red for Heart campaign,” said Jayne Lewis of the BHF in Pembrokeshire. “We’re pleased to have the support of the Blue Lagoon team and Bluestone to help raise money and awareness of this special cause.”