Crealy Adventure Park & Resort is delighted to continue their extensive work with local charities and to announce new partnerships with Devon Air Ambulance, CHICKS, Torbay Holiday Helpers Network and Children’s Hospice South West for the forthcoming year. The partnerships will see Crealy help the four chosen charities to raise funds and awareness for their causes throughout the year.
Josh Haywood, General Manager of Crealy Adventure Park & Resort said: “We are passionate about helping local charities, so I’m thrilled that this year Crealy Adventure Park & Resort will be partnering with four extremely worthy local causes. We are looking forward to working closely with the fundraising teams and helping the charities as much as we possibly can”
Tracy Owen, Devon Air Ambulance Fundraising Manager said: “We are delighted to be working in partnership with Crealy for the coming year. The support of Devon businesses like Crealy Adventure Park & Resort is crucial to the continuing provision of our service, which is there for anyone who should need it, be that a medical emergency or trauma related."
It’s an exciting time at Crealy Adventure Park & Resort as the South West’s Number One Family Attraction continues to expand with two new rides scheduled to open later in 2017. The Junior Driving School will see drivers aged three and up aiming to pass their test, obeying the signs and traffic lights as they navigate the tricky course in their miniature MINIs. A new pirate ship ride, The Jolly Roger, will offer a dizzy sailing sensation upon the ocean waves from May Half Term.
During 2016 Crealy Adventure Park & Resort raised £10,000 for the WESC Foundation, a specialist day and residential centre for young people and adults with visual impairment including complex needs in Exeter, Devon.
For more information about Devon’s Crealy visit: www.crealy.co.uk.