A Wobbly Day Out With The Cast of Emmerdale: In Association With Thistle Windows
Join The Cast of Emmerdale at Storybook Glen In Support of Funding Neuro
The Wobbly Day Out with The Cast of Emmerdale has now come and gone, but you can view all the photos and videos from what was an amazing day and evening on our media page at www.thistlewindows.com/emmerdale.
On Saturday 14th June, join Team Thistle and The Cast of Emmerdale at Storybook Glen for the largest, craziest event of its kind in Scotland! Be part of something HUGE and this year play your part to help cure Neurological Disorders. We’ve teamed up to do something amazing – and you can too!
It’s a wobbly, wonky, crazy and truly spectacular day with the celebrities from television’s much loved soap Emmerdale! Join us on Royal Deeside as we enter the magical world at Storybook Glen and take over the storyline with everything from It’s a Wobbly Knockout to The World Haggis Hurling Championships and The Jellympics. Child or child at heart, there’s something for everyone at this largest event of its kind in Scotland.
Tickets available at the gate*
Under 1’s free
1-3 years £3.95
4 + years £4.95
(*for general admission – for all ticket enquiries please telephone Storybook Glen on 01224 732 941. Car parking on site FREE OF CHARGE. Outdoor picnics welcome)
Explore, discover, watch, try, meet the stars and enjoy a fantastic family day out with great fun for all ages plus shopping and food fit for a Palace Jester!
Whether you’re keen to take part, part of the back-up team and there to CHEER, ready to meet some of television’s most popular stars or purely looking for an exciting day out for the family, we look forward to welcoming you to our mayhem and madness all to raise funds for an amazing cause.
If you’re attending the major event on the 14th of June, you’re entitled to full entrance to one of Scotland’s most famous visitor attractions, Storybook Glen. A magical world of make-believe and fun for children (and adults) of all ages, set amidst 28 acres of spectacular scenic beauty on Royal Deeside.
See more than 100 of your favourite nursery rhyme and fairy-tale characters. Enjoy exquisite flowers and plants, majestic trees, secret waterfalls, exotic animals and enchanted houses. With ample free car parking you can enjoy the main event, what Storybook Glen has to offer and also pop in to the new Dingle Dell Gift and Garden Centre whilst you’re there.
More madness commences! Enter stage left – a collection of daft theatrical professionals, one luxury marquee, superb fine dining, live entertainment throughout the evening and a mix of hilarity and nonsense – and you’ll find yourself at the first ever black-tie “Wobbly Banquet with the cast of Emmerdale” to take place in the evening within the grounds of Thainstone House Hotel, Inverurie. Guaranteed to be like nothing you’ve ever witnessed before!
Guests on the official guest list will experience first-hand how talented our Emmerdale celebrities are as they enjoy exclusive cast musical performances and entertainment from beginning to end UNDER the stars partying the night away WITH the stars. Tickets strictly limited.
THE STORY SO FAR
Bryn began the fabulous ‘Wobbly Williams’ campaign and founded his charity, Funding Neuro, which funds research that will lead to treatments and cures for neurological conditions. Funding Neuro funds vital research focused on solving the frequent problems which hinder progress towards a cure and effective treatments for all conditions which affect the brain and spinal column.
Initially Funding Neuro are focusing on reliable methods of delivering drugs and therapeutic devices across the blood brain barrier to where they will do most good. Having already kick started a trial of delivery of a drug to treat Parkinson’s, the focus this year is delivery of chemotherapy to children with brain tumours .
Using revolutionary technology developed by Prof. Steven Gill, the trial’s objective is to deliver chemotherapy to all parts of the brain in stronger doses than can be taken orally to destroy the primary tumour and mop up the secondary satellite tumours. Funding Neuro is urgently raising the £200,000 required to treat ten children as a proof of concept and advance the research that professionals strongly believe will make the difference.