Monday, 13 June 2016

Dreamlands First Birthday And Exciting News

We live in a little corner of Kent and although we all love it here, we were always having to travel for hours to get to a theme park when the kids wanted to go and have a day at the somewhere like Chessington or Thorpe Park. Then on top of the travel, you have to pay an entrance fee to get in and a for a family of four, this can cost nearly £200 for a day. This works out to a very expensive day out.  Now that the Phantom Express is open, it is going to make it a more exciting visit for us as Tilly has been waiting for it to arrive at Dreamland

Last year we were thrilled to learn that Dreamland in Margate was re opening, it meant the end of travelling to travel, We could get a train and be there within half an hour. Dreamland has opened up and bought all of the fun of the fair back to the local area. Considered to be the oldest-surviving amusement park in Great Britain, the site of Dreamland (as it was re-named in 1920) dates back to the British railway boom of the early 1860s when, in its original form, the ‘Hall by the Sea’ was operated by the famous circus impresario, ‘Lord’ George Sanger. Dreamland Re-opened last year after a huge campaign to save Dreamland was launched and this weekend we celebrate Dreamlands first birthday. for more info, visit The Dreamland Website

Wednesday, 8 June 2016


STENA LINE are offering tens of thousands of free child places for travel to Ireland by car all summer long on its 4 Irish Sea routes. Their Kids Go Free offer means that you can travel any day and on any sailing, but you need to book quickly so you don’t miss out – it really is that simple with no catches or conditions.

Get online and book your getaway now and you can start looking forward to your family summer holiday or a last minute weekend away as you can travel any time until December 18.