A second rollercoaster ride is being installed at the Milky Way Adventure Park, near Clovelly, in time for the summer season. Called The Big Apple, it is already on its way from its Italian manufacturers and could be in operation by Easter. Martyn Stanbur

A second rollercoaster ride is being installed at the Milky Way Adventure Park, near Clovelly, in time for the summer season.Called The Big Apple, it is already on its way from its Italian manufacturers and could be in operation by Easter.Martyn Stanbury, of the Milky Way, said the first rollercoaster, Cosmic Typhoon, which was unveiled last year, had proved a big success."But it has a height restriction which means that younger children can't ride on it and this caused a few problems last year when little ones couldn't understand why only their older brothers and sisters could have a go," he said."The new ride is only half the size of the Cosmic Typhoon and is suitable for much younger children, so everyone should be happy.