Winter Wonderland, the UK’s biggest Christmas indoor event is returning to Manchester on 7th December and the team are looking forward to delivering the now famous, spectacular charity night on the opening eve, Thursday 5th December.
As part of its commitment to the local community, the organisers are giving away £10,000 worth of tickets to local charities.
Local registered charities are being urged to get in touch if they would like to apply for tickets to the event.
Winter Wonderland 2019 is promising to be bigger and better than ever before, with five amazing festive attractions including: a huge real ice rink, a fabulous Christmas circus, an incredible panto, a vast indoor funfair and of course, Santa Claus. All of this is included in one ticket.
Winter Funland event director, Andy Windmill, said:
“Last year we gave away thousands of tickets to local charities and underprivileged families and we’re looking to do the same again this year.”
Winter Funland is taking place at EventCity, opposite intu Trafford Centre and there are over 3,000 free car parking spaces.
The doors will officially open to the public on 7th December and will remain open until 4th January 2020 with tickets available to purchase right now at www.winterfunland.com
If you work for a charity and want to take advantage of the offer, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
"Last year we gave away thousands of tickets to local charities and underprivileged families and were looking to do the same again this year."
Winter Funland event director, Andy Windmill
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