The new £3million entertainment complex at Woolacombe Bay Holiday Village will open to locals and holidaymakers alike this Easter. A winter of major work has seen the sites former centre rebuilt, revamped and extended as part of a £4m investment programme by owner Woolacombe Bay Holiday Parks. Much of it will be available for the public to use, including an all-day café bar with a huge sea view terrace, cinema, craft centre and fitness gym. It also has an expanded family amusements centre plus indoor swimming pool and childrens fun pool, complete with pirate ship. The park has invested £1m in accommodation, including caravans and exclusive surf lodges, due to open in May. The complex has its official opening on Good Friday, March 25. Managing director Rudi Lancaster said he hoped it would be a terrific boost to North Devon tourism: We are open to the public as well as our customers and there are not really any places you can go in North Devon where you see this sort of multiplex venue. We would like to thank the planners and the local parish in their forward thinking in granting us permission to redevelop what was an unsightly building into something more pleasing. Wed also like to thank the residents for their patience over the winter and a big thanks to our building team and those staff who work for us 12 months of the year.