People can have fun while winning their Christmas presents at Silcock’s Funland in Southport.
The popular family attraction on the Promenade is open every day this winter, with the exception of Christmas Day.
Creating a grand entrance to Southport Pier, Southport’s largest family amusement centre is a perfect place for visitors to enjoy whatever the weather.
The attraction offers a wide variety of children’s games, children’s rides and Southport’s best Ticket Game Zone where the games are fun to play and easy to win.
Inside Funland you will find the £1 Snack Bar which offers toasties, paninis, sandwiches, skinny fries, jacket potatoes, snacks plus hot and cold drinks from just £1 each.
Visitors can have a giggle walking through the Funland Hall of Mirrors.
Or they can have a ride on Silcock’s Carousel outside, which is open every weekend over the next few weeks and every day during the school Christmas holidays, except Christmas Day.
Silcock’s Funland has had a festive makeover, with dozens of Christmas themed prizes and presents which can be won.
Silcock’s Operations Manager Serena Silcock-Prince said: “Funland is looking very festive! We have a great selection of prizes for people of all ages to win, which will make great Christmas presents.
“Families can come into Funland on any day of the week and have fun while winning their prizes.
“We have lots of variety this year – traditional gifts such as gift sets, mugs and selection boxes; cute toys including the Snow Man and the Snow Dog and other toys such as trains sets; puzzles featuring scenes around Southport by local photographer Roger Green; latest crazes such as fidget toys and Marvel Miniatures.
“We have prizes that will appeal to young and old alike.
“We also have the superb 2023 calendars by local photographer Ben Arreaza-Seed, featuring aerial photos of Southport which look fantastic.
“People can eat at our £1 snack bar, where we have lots of items such as toasties, skinny fries, toasted teacakes, hot and cold drinks, on sale from just £1.
“During this cost of living crisis, we want to ensure we keep offering real value in addition to real fun for our customers.”