Llandrindod’s iconic Water Beast to spout red

Amid protests by dismayed locals, it has been announced that Llandrindod’s Lake Park will soon be home to a ‘fire-breathing’ water dragon, RBB has learned. “We wanted to shake things up” explained the organiser, R. Herring, describing how the metal structure will soon be gushing red and floodlit by night. “The Lake needs something to excite younger visitors, not just birdlife and carp fishing, and we think this is just the ticket,” continued Herring.

Protesters are already calling for the colour to be blue, not red, but Herring is insistent. “Dying water blue is just not viable, and besides, my favourite colour is red.”

“And if it proves successful, we will introduce Excalibur boat trips through dry ice ‘mist’ to a new medieval theme restaurant on the island.”

The switch on is scheduled for 1st April, with fireworks and local band, Don’t Believe What You Read, providing the entertainment.

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7 Responses to Llandrindod’s iconic Water Beast to spout red

  1. bazzpugh says:

    Also the introduction of jet ski races around the perimeter of the Island towing huge chunks of meat to attract the sharks!!!!!!!!.

  2. cjparry says:

    Does this mean it will also be producing bulls*** from the other end, if so this will surely have a detrimental effect on the water quality.

  3. Syd Chalkly says:

    Nessie spotted wedged in the culvert just after midnight

  4. kevjoynes says:

    Grand Job Robin-love it!

  5. kevjoynes says:

    Not to mention the add ons from the rest!!
    Bazz , given up on the sun already???

  6. Bar Llloyd says:

    Sounds a positive idea, to me. The lake has many users of different interests. Depends how they do it of course

  7. martinallandod says:

    Good ‘un 🙂

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