We LOVE Paultons, the first time we went Z was just 2 years old and Peppa Pig World hadn’t even started construction yet. Paultons Park is fantastic for preschoolers, and I love that you don’t have to pay for children until they are 1m, which seems much fairer than going by age, when they might not be tall enough for many rides.
Last week we attended a bloggers coffee morning where we got a sneaky peek at the new Peppa Pig Merchandise available from the park shop and online.
Little S was rather taken by the caps and bags.
I had a fight on my hands to get H to take off this very cool dinosaur dressing gown, and she was also quite keen on the large dinosaur beanie toy.
I quite liked the jumping pigs game, which would make a lovely little present for a Peppa Pig fan.
The grown up range was very cool, I especially liked the Pyjamas and mugs. It’s nice to see products that you can’t buy elsewhere as well.
Once we’d finished admiring the toys and chatting to the other bloggers we were free to explore the park.
We had a great time in Peppa Pig Soft Play, and on the Big Balloon ride, but then set off to explore the rest of the park, as the queues in Peppa Pig World were a bit long for my impatient children. When we’ve been in the past the park has been much quieter, so I’d recommend going outside school holidays if you can.
Z and Daddy had a great time on Magma and Cobra while the girls and I braved the Flying Frog.
If you’ve never been to Paultons, I would most definitely recommend it, and don’t forget to take swimming gear as the water areas in the main park and in Peppa Pig world are fantastic, we always end our day at Paultons in the water.
The lovely team at Paultons have given me a family ticket to giveaway. If you’d like to enter, please complete the rafflecopter form below.
Terms and Conditions:
The prize consists of one day family ticket for two adults and two children under 12 years old. Tickets are valid until Monday 4 November, 2013 and are non-extendable. They are not valid for Santa’s Christmas Wonderland.
Closes 11.59 30th August
We received entry to the park for the day free of charge.
Got to be George for me
Miss Rabbit with her 100 jobs
We love Miss Rabbit – she runs the whole world !!
Grandad pig, he reminds me of my grandad
Love the blog!
I like George
i love george he reminds me of my nephew
Suzie Sheep xx
Madame Gazelle – she’s quirky and fun x
We all love george 🙂
Definitely Miss Rabbit – would love to be ale to get through what she does in a day.
My fav character is George
I like Granny Pig
Miss Rabbit who is very good at multi-tasking
It has to be George!
Mr Bull – ‘Dig up the road!!’
My two girls live peppa.
Mummy Pig – the brains of the outfit.
We like George
I love George!
Poor tormented Daddy Pig 🙂
Grampy Rabbit 🙂 Brian Blessed does the voice brilliantly!
I heart Motherhood
was lovely to see you emma! Grampy Rabbit for me!
Michelle Ba Bamber
George is the favourite in our house 😀
Daddy PIg: he has all the best lines. Followed by Madame Gazelle and her dodgy accent 🙂
Daddy Pig is the funniest character, we love to laugh when things go wrong as they often do for him.
Geaorge and Mr Dinosaur!
Daddy pig – he reminds me of my husband, haha!! 🙂
George Pig ROCKS! 🙂
Gemma Mills / Chamberlain (MyMillsBaby)
Daddy Pig x
It has to be George Pig!
Miss Rabbit because she can multi task!
Danny Dog as he makes my son Daniel smile!
Peppa 🙂 it’s all about peppa pig in our house
Poor old Daddy Pig!
Miss Rabbit – The hardest working rabbit ever
George is No. 1 in our house!
Peppa Pig herself! Daddy Pig is funny too though!
I think Daddy Pig is so chilled !
It has to be George
George Pig, he reminds me of my 17 month old son, who’s a little brother too.
We love Daddy Pig
It has to be George
Madame Gazelle. We love the accent.
Well for me it’s Peppa – she says things which make me giggle. But being as this is aimed at small people I should answer for my little girl and its all about Suzie Sheep
sharon wilson (williams)
Definitely rebecca rabbit
Grandpa Pig is great, reminds me a lot of my late Grandad
I like Miss Rabbit 🙂
Personally I can identify with Daddy Pig!
George pig. X