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Gulliver's World Theme Park Tickets only £12.50 per person on 29th, 30th June when you bring along a food item to donate @ GulliversFun
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Gulliver's World Theme Park Tickets only £12.50 per person on 29th, 30th June when you bring along a food item to donate @ GulliversFun

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Just saw this on their Twitter Feed and also the website, with the weather forecast to be a scorcher the coming weekend, this feels like a good getaway. You also get to do a bit to help those in need as part of the FoodBank Weekend, feels like a win win to me.

Tickets are normally £17.95 (when booked in advance) or £21 on the gate.

Simply bring a non-perishable food item on the day, we've given you some examples just below. Your generous donations will help support people in crisis across the UK. You can book online today for Warrington, Milton Keynes or Matlock Bath. For this offer to be valid please provide 1 food item for each person in the group.

Example of food donations:

  • Cereal
  • Soup
  • Pasta
  • Rice
  • Pasta sauce
  • Beans
  • Tinned meat
  • Tinned vegetables
  • Tea/coffee
  • Tinned fruit
  • Biscuits

Help a fantastic cause and enjoy a magnificent day out that's fun for all the family!

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Hope it helps someone.
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Milton Keynes starting to look tired now.
The_Guru24/06/2019 08:19

Milton Keynes starting to look tired now.


We're getting gigabit internet and still expanding. I think we're okay!
This is fantastic they are trying to help a good cause.

However the Warrington park is very run down in my opinion, quite a few rides weren’t working, so don’t have too high expectations.

Its worth checking out trip advisor as whilst many complain the park is run down, many other reviews still have a great time there.

So you might have a great time.

Sadly we didn’t my kids didn’t enjoy it which was disappointing.

Warning the antelope ride a wooden roller coaster is a really bone shattering. I love theme park ride but this was the worse i’ve ever ridden, I was in agony for the rest of the day. You are thrown around so much, and you smash back down into your seat after the dips I thought it would break my back


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Jondog6925/06/2019 02:34

We're getting gigabit internet and still expanding. I think we're okay!


There are a lot more things wrong with how MK is currently, they need to sort that out before building more houses. 2MB/s speeds on a fibre-optic line because it's too busy, getting hold of a NHS dentist where you can't register, making doctor appointments without being held on the phone in 60th place 45 seconds after the line opens, etc.
Thanks.....reminded me to dig out my wowcher tickets I bought in November, 4 for £40. 🏻
twe25/06/2019 09:01

There are a lot more things wrong with how MK is currently, they need to …There are a lot more things wrong with how MK is currently, they need to sort that out before building more houses. 2MB/s speeds on a fibre-optic line because it's too busy, getting hold of a NHS dentist where you can't register, making doctor appointments without being held on the phone in 60th place 45 seconds after the line opens, etc.


Apart from the poor internet speeds the rest is pretty standard in most towns I find.
The gulliver's in MK seriously need to get the painters in and go round the whole lot. It would considerably tidy up the place and make people come back. A bit of care and attention to the estate would go along way.

At the moment it just looks really run down, no excuses really especially when you compare it to something like paultons park.
Has anyone been to the Warrington park and would you recommend it?
Very nice charity initiative. Nice to see someone doing this
Redash25/06/2019 10:03

Has anyone been to the Warrington park and would you recommend it?



Yes i’ve been no I wouldn’t recommend it see my previous comment

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Redash25/06/2019 10:03

Has anyone been to the Warrington park and would you recommend it?


Depends on your expectations and I imagine the age of your kids. We went to Warrington for father's dad - dad's go free.
The kids loved it (7 & 4), mostly short queues.

It does look a bit tired. I wouldn't eat there if I had a choice but then we've only tried the burger bar in the past.

We go for the kids, not the adults
Edited by: "james000" 25th Jun
Redash25/06/2019 10:03

Has anyone been to the Warrington park and would you recommend it?

In a word, no.
Heat for the cause.
If you’re taking a food bank donation, pack yourself an extra tin because the food at Warrington Gullivers is the most disgusting fried awfulness.. in fact drive past the entire dump, take your donation to the food bank, and go somewhere nicer. I recommend the MOSI in Manchester, totally free (unless you choose to donate), one of the many National Trust parks, St Anne’s (free paddling pool and splash park)... but if you want to stay in Warrington I recommend Ikea, it’s cleaner the food is edible and the kids will have just as much fun looking at rugs and tea lights as they would have getting splinters off the broken rides at Gullivers!
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