In terms of future expansions to Walliams World; I think that integrating what is currently the Dungeons building into the area is a great idea, but as well as that, I also think it would be great if they eventually went further towards Fountain Square. I admittedly haven’t been in that area of the park for a while, but I seem to remember that there was a big patch of grass there between the Dungeons building and Fountain Square, and an area that had a water walkers game on it. I reckon that could potentially fit another flat ride on it, possibly two if they were creative! You could also retheme the Burger Kitchen as well, which would give the area a more substantial eatery. In terms of what type of flat ride I’d go for; I’d go for something a bit larger in terms of scale and thrill than what’s currently in the area, as I’ll admit that I do have my concerns that the current flat ride lineup in the area might be aimed at a younger audience than Walliams typically appeals to. Maybe something similar in thrill level to what Twirling Toadstool used to be would fit nicely? I know that this is pretty aspirational given the space on offer, but I also think that a step-up family coaster of some sort would make for a nice fit; something larger than Octonauts, but not quite up there with the likes of Thirteen, Spinball and Wicker Man, if that makes any sense? In terms of a ride I’ve ridden, I think the Vekoma Family Coaster 335, or something similar in size to it, would work well; I’ve done two of this model (Flight of the Hippogriff and Rhino Coaster), and they appeal to a much broader demographic than you’d expect! There’s arguably even a Walliams book that’s pretty befitting of a roller coaster; I think Grandpa’s Great Escape would suit a roller coaster, personally! I’m probably being too demanding with the family coaster to be fair, but those are just some of my ideas! What do you guys think?