Diggerland adventure park is supporting the KM Treasure Chest fundraising scheme for charities in Kent.
Sherene Garvin-Mack and Andy Ballantyne of Diggerland join Wowzer the KM Walk to School mascot to celebrate the attraction supporting KM Treasure Chest. Watched by Duggy and Dotty the Diggerland mascots.
The Strood based attraction, which gives kids and grown-ups the chance to ride and drive real full size construction machinery, has teamed up with the KM Charity Team on its popular fundraising initiative.
Treasure Chest supplies raffle and auction prizes to PTAs, charities and voluntary groups.
Diggerland UK’s marketing manager Sherene Garvin-Mack said:
“We are delighted to be in partnership with the KM Charity Team. There are so many charities and good causes that all work exceptionally hard to benefit the community. We will be donating a number of family theme park tickets throughout the year.”
Simon Dolby of the KM Charity Team said:
“It’s wonderful that Diggerland are so committed to helping good causes in Kent. Treasure Chest helps charities to generate much needed funds to continue their fantastic work.”
Charities interested in applying for a prize from Treasure Chest can visit www.kmcharityteam.co.uk and fill in the online application form.