Gulliver’s Valley offers discounted tickets for Foodbank Weekend

Families visiting Gulliver’s Valley next month can help people in crisis by making a food bank donation to receive discounted tickets.

The Food Bank Weekend is on May 18 and May 19, with ticket prices from only £14 per person when each guest brings along a non-perishable item of food to donate. And, as usual, entry to Gulliver’s Valley is free for children under 90cms in height.

The theme park, nestled in the Rother Valley between Rotherham and Sheffield, is holding the Food Bank Weekend in aid of New Hope Food Bank in Killamarsh, which provides emergency food to individuals and families who are in short-term crisis across the Rother Valley area.

Examples of food that can be donated include: tinned fruit, small jars of coffee, long life milk, tinned meat (hot and cold, such as stewed steak or Spam), tinned spaghetti and ravioli, cream crackers, juice cordials, tinned custard, jellies, Angel Delight desserts, and evaporated milk.

Craig Seedhouse, resort director at Gulliver’s Valley, said: “Bringing about an end to the need for food banks is something that everyone at Gulliver’s is keen to support. New Hope Food Bank does excellent work and we are sure that many families will come along over the weekend and bring donations to help those who are in need.”

For more information about New Hope Food Bank, visit:

Gulliver’s Valley has more than 30 rides and attractions, including Apache Falls, the Ghostly Galleon pirate ship, a mini-farm, Lost Jurassic World area and Gulliver’s Gears, which boasts the Grand Prix Racer rollercoaster and has a range of classic cars on display.

For families looking to enjoy an overnight stay and spend a second day exploring the park, Gulliver’s Valley has a variety of accommodation options, including Unicorn and Princess Suites, Pirate Lodges, Western Cabins, Fairytale Hideouts, Lost World Lodges, not forgetting the impressive Megalodon Lodge.

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