Operator M&D (Leisure) Ltd contacted staff on Thursday telling them they were being made redundant with immediate effect.
The firm had already laid off staff at "Scotland's Theme Park" and the Alona Hotel in Strathclyde Park during the coronavirus lockdown.
'We need to learn to live with the virus'
Nicola Sturgeon says the priority is to not let the virus get out of control.
She says the damage it could do is "just awful".
Quote Message: It's about how we live alongside this virus in a way that lets us keep it under control. It's a horrendously difficult situation and I want to do it as openly and frankly as possible. The lockdown has suppressed it and we are seeing that in the daily figures we are publishing. But the virus hasn't gone away and it won't magically disappear. from Nicola Sturgeon First Minister of Scotland
It's about how we live alongside this virus in a way that lets us keep it under control. It's a horrendously difficult situation and I want to do it as openly and frankly as possible. The lockdown has suppressed it and we are seeing that in the daily figures we are publishing. But the virus hasn't gone away and it won't magically disappear.
Nicola Sturgeon: The NHS is open for non-coronavirus emergencies
Nicola Sturgeon appeared on BBC Reporting Scotland, saying people should still come forward if they have symptoms or are worried about their health.
She said the aim was to "bring our NHS back to working more normally".
She said cancer treatment was a balance of risks.
Quote Message: The NHS is open for that. Urgent life-saving treatment has not been cancelled. But there will be circumstances, even in cancer patients where the risk has to be the judgement of will be the risks of going ahead and potentially getting coronavirus greater than delaying it for a bit of time? from Nicola Sturgeon First Minister of Scotland
The NHS is open for that. Urgent life-saving treatment has not been cancelled. But there will be circumstances, even in cancer patients where the risk has to be the judgement of will be the risks of going ahead and potentially getting coronavirus greater than delaying it for a bit of time?
Perhaps it is the miasma of partisan politics. Perhaps it is scrutiny from the wicked media. Perhaps it is instinctive.
Whatever the cause, political leaders generally like to exude certainty. They will say: "I believe I have been completely clear about this" Or: "Let me assure the House……"
By contrast, many ministers of my acquaintance have been in an honourable lather of uncertainty much of the time. That is because the decisions confronting them are tough, really tough.
But they pretend otherwise. They fear to let it seem that they are havering or dovering, to use two fine Scots words.
Nicola Sturgeon has, to a large extent, abandoned the pretence. In all her remarkable pronouncements during this quite remarkable period, she has constantly stressed that she may have to change tack, that she is open to other ideas.
That she is, in short, uncertain. Indeed, she used the word "uncertainty" repeatedly today as she set out her framework for a possible exit strategy.
Children in Need and Comic Relief have joined forces for the first time for a BBC fundraising telethon.
BBC One's Big Night In, which begins at 19:00, will include the unveiling of a home-made video for a charity single featuring stars like Dua Lipa, Chris Martin and Rita Ora.
Little Britain, Peter Kay, The Vicar of Dibley and Catherine Tate will all also return during the three-hour special.
The show will aim to raise millions of pounds for vulnerable people around the UK who have been affected by the pandemic. The government has pledged to match all public donations, with a minimum of £20 million.
103 UK healthcare workers believed to have died
Analysis by BBC News suggests some 103 healthcare workers are now believed to have died from coronavirus. 53 were men, 49 women.
Black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) people represent 65 of those deaths, where we have been able to establish ethnicity. 13 have been reported as Filipino.
We've been unable to verify whether these people tested positive for the virus. Instead, our information comes from public reports where the family or workplace have said their death was related to Covid-19.
Of the doctors who we believe were working in a hospital environment, all 16 were BAME and male, with a significant majority over 50.
Medical staff account for 22 deaths; nursing and midwifery 34 deaths; allied occupations 47 deaths.
It is unclear how many contracted the virus in the course of their work in the health sector.
Education secretary: Schools unlikely to open all at once
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Deputy First Minister John Swinney explains the decision on reopening schools will be based entirely on the public health advice.
We must be satisfied transmission has been suppressed Mr Swinney says.
"We've got to be really careful about what we do to fuel the spread of the virus because we have more social interaction."
We may be able to open schools to a small amount of pupils, the education secretary says, suggesting this could be those due to sit their national qualifications in 2021 or those transitioning from primary to secondary school or those starting P1.
He says it is "inevitable" schools will return in a segmented fashion, with it being unlikely schools will open all at once on one day.
Any essential workers in England 'who needs a test to get a test'