Hi guys. As many of you may know, last year was a reasonably successful year for Alton Towers, with the opening of Wicker Man bringing 200,000 new guests to the park; 2018's attendance figure was 2,100,000, whereas 2017's figure was 1,900,000. However, it should be noted that this is still quite some way lower than the sort of figures that the park was getting prior to 2015. For example, 2014's figure is listed as 2,575,000 in the TEA attendance report. Admittedly, the park apparently did quite well in 2014 with the opening of CBeebies Land and to a certain extent The Smiler pulling in crowds, but even if you look at the park's attendance figures in the decade prior to 2015, the lowest they ever got to was 2,400,000, a figure attained in 2005, 2006, 2007 and 2012. This is still 300,000 above the park's 2018 figure. So my question to you is; do you think that Alton Towers' visitor numbers will ever return to pre-Smiler levels? As for my opinion on the matter; I think they will, but I think it could take a little time. The park has already gone some way towards recovering their lost visitors, but they still have quite a way to go. I personally see another increase in attendance coming this year, so if the park continues its present upwards trend, I could easily see attendance returning to pre-Smiler levels within the next 5 years. But what are your thoughts on this matter?