Lightwater Valley are offering What’s On readers entry for just £15!

Posted on March 13th 2017 by Whats on Northeast

Lightwater Valley is re-opening its doors on 1st April and this year the theme park is set to be bigger than ever!

2017 will see the opening of four brand new attractions for kids to enjoy. Bounce around on Jumpin’ Jacks! a huge bouncy pillow that’s a whopping 46ft long and 33ft wide – probably making it better than any other bouncy castle around! Flying Nellies has been especially designed for younger visitors, as they can take flight on a magical elephant, while the Mini-Sand Diggers will offer kids all the fun of playing with sand without actually getting their hands dirty (want to know how? There’s only one way to find out!) Little ones can also run wild at the park’s brand new interactive adventure playground.

That’s not all though – children’s TV star Mister Maker is set to host a range of special events in the theme park this summer with a brand new, magical live show on 26th and 27th August. TV dinosaur star Andy Day will also be bringing his “Prehistoric Raps” to the park on 12th and 13th August.

With all of your theme park favourites still operating, including the thrill-ride that is The Ultimate, and the Easter Holidays fast approaching, Lightwater Valley is the perfect place to spend a day with the kids.

What’s On North East have teamed up with Lightwater Valley to bring you entry for just £15 this April (saving up to 50% on their pay on the day price!) Simply book online at and use the promotional code WONE to grab up to 6 tickets for just £15 per person!

For more information on what Lightwater Valley has to offer, visit their official website.

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