Charity windfall from M&D’s Scotland’s theme park


M&D’s is offering charities to take part in a Charity Windfall with the chance to receive free tickets to visit attractions at Scotland’s Theme Park.

Throughout the year the company will donate 1,000 free tickets to charities and good causes which can be used to provide a great day out for the people and families they support.  There’s a huge variety of tickets to apply for including M&Ds Scotland’s Theme Park, Amazonia, a Tropical Indoor Rainforest, Krazy Congo Indoor Soft Play, Devil’s Island Adventure Golf, Halloween and Christmas events.

Jensen Taylor Connelly said: “We receive lots of requests for support and we’d love to help as many good causes as possible.  Providing free tickets means that we can reach a large number of charities and hopefully raise a few smiles along the way by providing a great fun day out.”

Charities can apply for tickets by visiting the website –

M&D’s also supports YAMS (You Are My Sunshine), a local charity that supports people across Scotland with mental health difficulties.  The charity, which is based in Newarthill, was set up by former Scottish footballer Rhonda Jones and her family, in memory of her sister Gemma Jones who experienced mental health challenges and sadly passed just before her 30th birthday.

M&D’s Scotland’s destination Theme Park features many attractions, including Amazonia, a tropical indoor rainforest and home to more than 60 different species, Devil’s Island Adventure Golf, Cosmic Bowl ten pin bowling and Krazy Congo Soft Play, as well a variety of thrill rides and rides suitable for all age groups, and a Game Zone arcade area.  Seasonal activities are also held throughout the year.

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