Competition - pop into Paultons Park to meet Peppa and pals

Family ticket to popular theme park up for grabs in our readers competition




Competition - pop into Paultons Park to meet Peppa and pals

PAULTONS Family Theme Park has proved a huge hit with adults and children alike since it opened in 1983.

And you can win a family ticket – for four people – to enjoy more than 60 wonderful rides and attractions including big rides, small rides, play areas, entertainment and a collection of exotic birds and animals, all set within 140 acres of the beautiful New Forest National Park.

Paultons is home to the world’s first and UK exclusive Peppa Pig World –  an amazing land that lets youngsters discover Peppa’s World and enjoy seven fabulous themed rides

New for 2016 is the state-of-the-art 4D cinema on Show Street, where you can  watch The Lost World, an immersive pre-historic adventure that comes to life before your very eyes.

Join stressed businessman Bob as he ventures to a desert island for a relaxing holiday, but soon finds himself on an unexpected adventure, surrounded by  dinosaurs who have been roaming the land for years.

Take a wild jeep ride through the tropical rainforest and fly high to the sky with his unlikely rescuer, Professor Lizzie as they outrun fierce raptors, giant triceratops and the mighty tyrannosaurus rex.

You are at the heart of the action so make sure you hold on tight as your seats rumble and watch out for the water sprays and gusts of wind as you enjoy the flight of your life.

Discounted tickets, opening times and official short break packages are available at paultonspark.co.uk

To enter and be in with a chance of winning a family ticket to Paultons Park, simply answer this  question correctly.

In which year did Paultons Park open?

A) 1913

B) 1953

C) 1983

To enter, send your answer on the form, along with your name, address, email and phone number, to Paultons Park competition,   Newbury Weekly News, Newspaper House, Faraday Road, Newbury, RG14 2DW, to arrive no later than Wednesday, April 6.

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