Win a rollercoaster birthday party at Pleasurewood Hills

Where better to celebrate your birthday than with Woody Bear and your friends at Pleasurewood Hills? The Eastern Daily Press has teamed up with the award-winning family fun park to offer one lucky boy or girl - plus nine friends! - a special birthday party at the park.

The Eastern Daily Press has teamed up with the award-winning family fun park to offer one lucky boy or girl - plus nine friends! - a special birthday party at the park.

You can start the day testing out the thrill rides, including Wipeout the tallest and fastest rollercoaster in the East, and Fireball the spinning pendulum ride that's only for the brave! There's also a selection of family rides, attractions and entertainment shows, from street dancing to sea lion shows – it's the perfect place to enjoy a birthday with friends, packed full of fun and excitement.

And that's not all, as to help you celebrate your birthday you'll also be treated to a special buffet of party food and drinks, goody bags and a free ice cream! Plus, the lucky birthday child will have their very own Woody Bear mascot cuddly toy to take home with them.


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How to enter:

To be in with a chance of winning this fantastic prize, please answer the following question - What is the name of Pleasurewood Hills' tallest and fastest rollercoaster?

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A: Wipeout

B: Fright Out

C: Swipeout

Terms and conditions:

The closing date for this competition is Friday September 2, 2011. Free admissions applies to 10 birthday party guests in total. The park is open until Sunday September 4 10am-6pm, on Wednesday September 7 10am-5pm, and on September on 10, 11, 17, 18, 24 and 25 10am-5pm. Pleasurewood Hills is also open for half-term week, October 22-29 10am-4pm, and Sunday, October 30 10am-6pm. The prize must be claimed by Wednesday October 26, 2011 and must be booked for one of the above dates. Standard Archant competition rules apply - follow the Terms & Conditions link on this website.

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