The legendary Dr Who’s Tardis, apparently one very one seen on the BBC show, will be landing at Gulliver’s in Milton Keynes on Saturday and Sunday (June 13 and 14) for a two-day party for the charity Dreams Come True.
More than 200 brave children with terminal illnesses and their families who are on the waiting list with Dreams Come True will be able to relax and have some fun at the theme park, in Livingstone Drive, Newlands.
Motor dog K-9, a motorised Dalek and a technically much more advanced Formula 1 racing car from Milton Keynes-based Red Bull Racing will also at the park, It will also be open to the public throughout the Dream Weekend.
Visitors will enjoy performances from CBeebies’ The ZingZillas, as well as being given the opportunity to brush up their football skills with Soccer Star Coaching.
Milton Keynes businesses have lent their support to the event, donating hotel rooms and refreshments for families.
Dean Kimberley from Gulliver’s said: “We were blown away by the success of last year’s Dream Weekend - seeing the delight on the faces of so many incredible children made everything worthwhile. We’re determined to top it this year and give them an experience they’ll never forget.”
Dreams Come True works with terminally and seriously ill children aged between 2 and 21 across the country.
Visit visit www.dctc.org.uk and www.gulliversfun.co.uk