This Page is an Archive of all news items featured on the Joyland Books News Page between 1 January and 30 June 2006.
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Rare secondhand circus books added [12/6/06]

A large number of secondhand books have been added to our Secondhand Shop, including two rare circus books. The first, The Great Circus Parade, by Charles Philip Fox and F Beverly Kelley, is a celebration of America's glorious circus parades in 183 photographs and illustrations. Circus Dreams, by Lynn Goldsmith, is a book of wonderful colour photographs showing Milwaukee's recreation of these traditional circus parades, now an annual event.

Click here for our Secondhand Shop to view more new additions.

Bridlington wheel gets go-ahead [11/6/06]

In March 2006, Joyland Books reported that Bridlington's proposed new 34m-high 'Eye on the Bay' observation wheel had been delayed as objectors had mounted a high court challenge to the planning permission. High court judge Sir Michael Harrison announced last week that the appeal by local businessmen, who claimed that planning permission should not have been granted, had failed. The development, which also includes a Burger King and amusement arcade, should now be complete in time for the 2007 summer season. Objectors will have to pay the council's legal costs.

Greetings cards come to Joyland [10/6/06]

Joyland Books likes to plan ahead. As temperatures soar across Britain, we have begun to prepare for Christmas with the launch of a new range of Roller Coaster Greetings Cards.

Designed by Jean-Marc Toussaint, theme park designer and the man behind the I Dream of Dreamland plan for the revival of Margate's famous amusement park, the cards come in packs of 12. Each pack includes four different seasonal designs, and the inside of the cards is blank, so they can be used for more than just Christmas.

For more information, to view all the card designs or to buy a pack, click here.


200ft wheel planned for Great Yarmouth [3/6/06]

A London Eye-style wheel is planned for 2007 at the Pleasure Beach, Great Yarmouth. The wheel would be more than 200ft high, making it the second largest in the UK after the London Eye. Expected to attract more than 500,000 visitors to Great Yarmouth, the wheel will be an investment of £1m. The ride will be installed on the Pleasure Beach's boating lake and Pleasure Beach Managing Director, Albert Jones, hopes it can operate all year round. The Pleasure Beach is also planning the Pleasure Beach Plaza, a major leisure development on land adjacent to the park. Last week, it was revealed that Great Yarmouth had made it onto the short list for a large or small casino.

Southend-on-Sea: the place to be! [29/5/06]

Take a trip to the south Essex resorts of Southend and Leigh on Sea in two DVDs now in stock at Joyland. The Sights and Sounds of Southend and South Essex on Film features footage from 1947, the 1953 floods and Southend's 1989 summer season. It also includes a bonus feature, 'Down Memory Lane', which recalls Southend's heyday as a seaside destination.

We have also added a DVD featuring two great programmes about Southend and neighbouring Leigh on Sea. 'Painting the Town' is a tour of Leigh in the company of Essex artist John Fryer and is a relaxing mix of local stories, archive film and photographs. It also features 'Southend Safari', looking at Southend's astonishing variety of wildlife.

Three new fairground DVDs released [21/5/06]

If you like fairground transport then you will want to see these new DVDs from BCM Video Productions. These DVDs feature the biggest and best fairground transport on the road. The latest in the popular Fun Fairs on the Move series is Volume 12, which features loads pulling on at various different locations across the UK: Cambridge, Scarborough, Stamford, Ripley and Leeds.

Mellors on the Move 2006 focuses on one major fairground operator, James Mellors Amusements. Big lorries and big rides are the order of the day, as we watch the rides arrive and build up at Stamford.

Staying at Stamford, the new DVD of Stamford Mid Lent Fair 2006 has also been released, featuring the pull on, opening ceremony and the rides in action.

New coaster for Adventure Island [18/5/06]

Southend's Adventure Island will be opening a Gerstlauer Eurofighter roller coaster for the 2007 season, similar to that which opened this year at Oakwood. Park owner Philip Miller shook hands on the deal this lunchtime. The Eurofighter will replace Adventure Island's Log Flume, and will be the park's biggest roller coaster. It will feature a vertical lift hill and 97 degree first drop.

Major new fairground book released [6/5/06]

An important new publication, covering English fairground carved animals from the 1870s to the 1930s, has been released by Jumper Books. Roundabout Relics, by John Barker, covers the origins of the animals, looks at the rides from which they came and in many cases, chronicles their restoration in original styles as collectable antiques.

Author John Barker bought his first galloper horse at the age of 16 and since then he has acquired several fairground items dating from the Victorian and Edwardian periods. The book is illustrated with 287 colour and 58 monochrome photographs, including pictures of the rides during restoration. Click here for more details.

Amusement arcade history at Bridlington Arts Festival [1/5/06]

Roll up for an evening of entertainments at Bridlington Reference Library, King Street, Bridlington, on Wednesday 24 May 2006. Amusement industry expert, Nick Laister, will be giving an exclusive talk at 7pm as part of the Bridlington Arts Festival 2006. Enjoy a nostalgic trip down the 'amusement arcade' lane and share your memories with Nick. You can also bring your photographs along for possible inclusion in Nick Laister's forthcoming book, Pennies by the Sea. Free admission and refreshments, but no one-armed bandits tonight!

Click here for more details.

Amusement park history books available now [1/5/06]

Joyland Books is now stocking a massive range of books on the history of amusement parks told through vintage photographs. Kennywood (pictured right) is the story of one of America's historic parks and the story of the world's biggest amusement park - Chicago's Riverview - has also been added. Our new range also includes books on numerous lesser known parks, including Palisades Amusement Park, Indian Trail and Edgemont Amusement Parks, Willow Grove Park, Bertrand Island Amusement Park, White City Amusement Park, Idlewild, Maryland's Amusement Parks, Conneaut Lake Park, Weeki Wachee Springs and Porter County Lakes and Resorts.

Click here for our full range of amusement park books.

Fairground vandalism puts lives at risk [20/4/06]

Bridlington's Bayside Fun Park was the target of vandals over the Easter weekend, who put lives at risk by tampering with the rides. A section of belt was removed from the Jungle River Log Flume and the mains cable cut. Bolts had also been loosened on the Skyflyer, a new ride for the 2006 season. Park owner, Michael Harrison, is offering a £5,000 reward for information leading to the conviction of those responsible. A police investigation has been launched and a CCTV system is being installed at the park.

Guide to amusement parks of New York released [19/4/06]

A comprehensive guide to the amusement parks of the Big Apple has been released. Amusement Parks of New York by Jim Futrell profiles 16 major amusement parks in the Empire State and offers information on smaller parks as well, with complete information on rides and attractions, a history of each park, and best times to go. The book also features vintage photographs and postcards scenes.

Jim Futrell is a resident of Pittsburgh and historian of the National Amusement Park Historical Association. He is the author of Amusement Parks of Pennsylvania and Amusement Parks of New Jersey, both of which are available from Joyland Books.

Click here for our full range of amusement park books.

Life of travelling showman featured in new book [19/4/06]

Tony Spurrett is a travelling showman known to generations of west Oxfordshire families for his live ammunition shooting gallery at the Witney Feast. Tony Spurrett, Travelling Showman presents an account of his life told in his own words.

A member of the Showmen's Guild, he operated a Live Ammunition Shooting Gallery for 60 years. Now, in his 75th year, he has decided to retire, making one of the last two traditional shooting galleries a piece of history. Mr Spurrett's eccentric lifestyle, wealth of stories and the experiences of his fairground clan have now been documented in a book edited by his friend John Comino-James (Fairground Attraction). Click here for details.

New DVD features worldwide on-ride videos [14/4/06]

Ride-It! Volume 1 is a brand new DVD featuring 30 on-ride videos from America, Europe and Japan. The DVD features over 50 minutes of coaster thrills including many unedited station-to-station rides. Rides featured include California Screamin' at Disney's California Adventure, Giant Dipper at Belmont Park and Roller Coaster at Great Yarmouth Pleasure Beach.

The DVD is playable in all world regions and is made with a Dolby Digital and 5.1 Surround soundtrack. Click here for more details.

And coming late summer 2006 is Volume 2, featuring 30 more on-ride videos, including Cornball Express, Leap the Dips and Margate's threatened Scenic Railway.

Fairground Exhibition and Model Show announced [14/4/06]

Scotland's premier fairground exhibition and model show will be taking place in Kirkcaldy on Saturday 22 April. The event is being held to tie in with the Kirkcaldy Links Market, the largest street funfair in Europe. Presented by the Fairground Association of Great Britain, the model show will be held at Linktown Church Hall from 10am to 4pm, with free admission.

Click here for details of a book on the history of the Kirkcaldy Links Market fair, and here for details of a video of the fair.

Theme park tower planned for Birmingham [9/4/06]

A tower similar to the Stratosphere Tower in Las Vegas is planned for Birmingham. The Birmingham Pinnacle - a 175-metre tower and the first of its kind in Europe - is proposed next to Millennium Point. The tower would be the tallest building in Birmingham and house a selection of theme park rides and a specialist restaurant at the top. Once the £60 million development receives planning approval, developers hope it will open within two years.

The tower is predicted to attract one million visitors in the first 12 months. Rides may include a freefall parachute drop the outside of the tower, a flight trainer out over the edge of the tower terrace 300 feet up, a gyro tower ride which will take up to 50 passengers to the highest point where they can enjoy a panoramic view, a bungee drop ride, an eight seat giant drop, and a high level seesaw ride.

Lightwater Valley on trial [9/4/06]

BBC News reports that the owners of Lightwater Valley Theme Park, near Ripon, are to face trial for allegedly breaching health and safety laws after the death of 20-year-old Gemma Savage following a crash on the parks Treetop Twister roller coaster. The ride's manufacturers, Reverchon, have also been accused of health and safety breaches, as has a maintenance electrician at the park. The trial is due to begin on 14 November. The ride is pictured to the right days after the accident.

Billing Aquadrome under new ownership [9/4/06]

Billing Aquadrome, the Northampton holiday and amusement park, has been sold in a deal worth £25m. The 235-acre park, which has been in the hands of the Mackaness family since 1928, has been acquired by Pure Leisure Ltd. Planning permission was granted last year for a £15m redevelopment of the amusement park area into 'The Boardwalk' leisure and entertainment complex. Pure Leisure has not yet confirmed whether the redevelopment will go ahead. Shark Island adventure golf will be the new attraction in the amusement park for 2006.

Up to 80% off books in our Spring Sale [27/3/06]

Joyland Books has launched its biggest ever sale today, with up to 80% off some of our most popular titles.

Heading up the list is the critically acclaimed celebration of 125 years of the world famous Blackpool Illuminations. From Lamp to Laser by Terry Regan and Andrew Hazelhurst is down from its normal price of £14.99 to an amazing £2.99!

Also reduced are the amusement park history books Kursaal Memories and Pleasureland Memories, with 25% and 15% off respectively. And one of the best loved fairground books of all time - Men at Work - has 10% off. Click here for the Sale Page.

Circus Transport Book Out Now [26/3/06]

The new book Circus Transport 1950-1970 by Henk van den Berg is now available from Joyland Books. Although the text is in Dutch, the main reason for buying this fantastic publication is the photographs. The book features over 500 unique, never-before-published, photographs and posters in colour and black & white from numerous circuses, including Adolf Althoff, Le Grand Cirque de France, Sarassani and Billy Smart. This is a book you will not want to put down.

Joyland now has a huge selection of circus books. See our full range by clicking here.

Right: Front cover of Circus Transport 1950-1970.

Free trial of DVD rental service [19/3/06]

Joyland Books has teamed up with to offer you a free trial of Amazon's low-priced DVD rental service. With this service you can rent DVDs by post from only £5.99 per month. You can rent 3, 4 or 6 DVD rentals per month (depending on the plan you choose) and there are over 40,000 DVDs to choose from. Delivery is free, there are no due dates or late fees and you get a 10% discount on DVD purchases from

Click here to go to our DVD rental page and get a FREE one-month's trial!

Right: Cover of the 1984 movie Slayground, set at Blackpool Pleasure Beach and Southport's Pleasureland. Rent it for free from

Secondhand circus books arrive at Joyland [19/3/06]

Three rare second-hand circus books have been added to the Joyland Secondhand Shop. Spinners of the Big Top, published in 1960, tells the story of Billy Smart's Circus. Rodney Manser's book, called simply Circus, tells of the development and significance of the circus in the past, present and future. Finally, Circus Press Agent is a fascinating account of the life story of Roland Butler, known as the 'King of Ballyhoo'.

Also available at Joyland Books:

Ride the Ferris Wheel at Joyland Books [19/3/06]

If you have ever been to an amusement park, fair or carnival, you have probably ridden a Ferris wheel. Big wheels had been around for hundreds of years when George Ferris built the giant wheel that gave all future wheels his name, back in 1893. Ferris Wheels - now available from our Secondhand Shop - is the remarkable story of this well-known and well-loved ride, from a hand-turned wooden wheel sketched by a traveller in the 1620s, to a wheel with cars big enough to hold a forty-piece band, to the space-age marvels that fill today's amusement parks.

We have also added a rare German book on the history of the famous Oktoberfest.

Water Chute Anniversary to be celebrated [18/3/06]

The 80th Anniversary of the Water Chute at Wicksteed Park is to be celebrated by a special 'Steam Weekend' on 12 and 13 August 2006. Activities at the weekend will be linked to the period in which the Water Chute opened. On the Sunday, there will be a special event in the Pavilion to mark the 90th Anniversary of the Wicksteed Village Trust (which owns the park), with original film footage of the park through the years, displays of old photographs/memorabilia and special tours of the Park. Also for the 2006 season will be two new rides at the park and six new game stalls, with other changes to the park layout.

Above: The Water Chute at Wicksteed Park. Click on image for a larger version.

Your chance to save Dreamland [11/3/06]

Thanet District Council has published proposed modifications to its Local Plan that will allow the Dreamland site to be either partially or completely redeveloped and is asking for people's views. This is in direct conflict with the independent government inspector’s report of November last year that stated unequivocally that Dreamland must remain an amusement park.

The Save Dreamland Campaign is calling on people to object to the new policy. The Proposed Modifications can be viewed on a special page on the Thanet District Council website: 

Above: Save Dreamland Campaign members on Margate High Street.

You can comment in one of two ways:

1. By printing the comment form (a PDF document) and posting it to the Council:
2. By completing the form online.

More information on Dreamland and the campaign to save it can be found at

Bridlington's big wheel delayed [12/3/06]

Plans to open a 100ft big wheel on Bridlington's seafront have been delayed until 2007. Planning permission was granted for the wheel in June 2005 (sea earlier report on Joyland Books), amid much opposition. Opponents of the wheel have now taken the case to the High Court, with a hearing next month. Operator Michael Harrison told BBC News that it will be too late to open the wheel for the summer, so work has now been postponed to 2007.

National Fairground Museum takes shape [4/3/06]

Work is progressing on the new National Fairground Museum, currently under construction at Dingles Steam Village in Devon. The entire Dingles site, including visitor reception, shop and cafe, will be operated by the Fairground Heritage Trust from the start of the 2006 season. When the new 25,000 sqft building is complete, it will be large enough to contain up to six large working rides, with room for more outside. The new building was partly funded by a DEFRA grant, but more money needs to be raised to complete the vision. Click here to make a donation. For news of Dingles events, click here.

Above: The new building on 6 February 2006. Click here to see the interior on the same date.

Possible new ride at Pleasurewood Hills [4/3/06]

Pleasurewood Hills Family Theme Park in Suffolk has submitted a planning application to Waveney District Council for the installation of a 'Vekoma Boomerang Ride'. The ride, which is thought to be the one that operated until 2004 at the American Adventure Theme Park in Derbyshire, is a shuttle coaster with three inversions. A park spokesman told the Lowestoft Journal that the park hoped to have the ride open by the summer season. Pleasurewood Hills was acquired by French theme park group Grévin & Cie in 2004.

Circus DVDs now available from Joyland Books [12/2/06]

Go on the road with Billy Smart's Circus in one of our new range of circus DVDs. This is the Life takes you back to England in the 1950s. You are on the road with Billy Smart's Circus, as they move from town to town with a funfair. A behind-the scenes slice of circus life - the overnight moves, practice and more practice, then the big show. This DVD also features 'Come to the Circus', more from the circus scene of the 1950s.

Also in our new range of circus DVDs is The Greatest Show on Earth, a recording of a 1965 show by the Ringling Bros and Barnum & Bailey Circus at the Seattle Center Coliseum. And Circus TV Shows is a wonderful collection of US television shows which feature the circus.

Click here for our full range of circus DVDs.

Like American amusement parks? Check these out [12/2/06]

See several American amusement parks and the country's sometimes tacky roadside attractions in this new DVD: The Things We Did Last Summer. Visit amusement parks of the 1970s, including Escape to Pleasure Island, Busch Gardens, Fort Osage Family Fun Park, Old MacDonald's Farm, Disneyland and Six Flags Over Mid-America.

Also new to Joyland are some other amusement park DVDs. Classic 1920s comedy movies set in amusement parks feature in Amusement Park Comedies. See rare footage of Coney Island's Steeplechase Park in the film Tillie Wakes Up. And in Fun at the Beach, see two Harold Lloyd films that are based in Venice Beach amusement park, California.

Finally, in There's a Detective on the Midway, see two vintage television detective shows with amusement park/carnival locations.

Click here for more amusement park DVDs.

New DVD of British amusement parks [29/1/06]

Available now from Joyland Books is the first in an exciting new series of DVDs featuring some of Britain's best amusement parks in the recent past. Parks and Rides 1 visits three of the west coast's best parks: Blackpool Pleasure Beach in 1995, Southport's Pleasureland in 1998 and Brean Leisure Park in 2002. The DVD is packed full of footage of the parks and their best rides and comes with no commentary.

Coming soon from the same series is footage of Great Yarmouth Pleasure Beach and Pleasurewood Hills Family Theme Park taken in 1990, when both parks were very different from today.

Click here for more amusement park DVDs.

No charges over Oakwood death [29/1/06]

The Crown Prosecution Service has said that there will be no criminal prosecutions over the death of a teenager who fell from the Hydro ride at Oakwood Theme Park in 2004. Hayley Williams, 16, from Pontypool, fell 100ft from the ride on 15 April 2004 during a family visit to the park.

The 121ft Hydro was opened in 2002, and is regarded by many as the most thrilling water ride in Europe. It is most famous for its near-vertical drop (pictured, right), down which 24-seat boats plunge at speeds of 50mph.

Oakwood is one of Britain's most popular theme parks, drawing around 400,000 visitors every year. A Health and Safety Executive inquiry is continuing.

Complete tour of closed theme park [22/1/06]

Stand by for an exclusive tour of one of the USA's abandoned theme parks in Ghost Town in the Sky: The Complete Tour. This two-disc DVD takes you on an all access tour of the grounds of Ghost Town In The Sky located in Maggie Valley, North Carolina. This famous theme park has been closed for four years now and is still seeking a buyer. This DVD, produced initially for potential buyers, takes you all around this huge park. 

See the rides and buildings in their current state (filmed in 2005) and also get a special peek at the Red Devil roller coaster in action, also filmed in 2005! The second, bonus DVD includes many high quality photographs from now and then. This is a rare look at an awesome theme park.

Click here for more details, or here for our other amusement park DVDs and videos.


Belle Vue: new book released [7/1/06]

A brand new book about Manchester's famous Belle Vue amusement park and zoo has been released and is available now from Joyland Books. Belle Vue: Manchester's Playground by Heather Stackhouse and Daniel Hyams is a high quality, hardback publication, packed full of photographs, both colour and black and white. Rather than telling the history in a chronological way, each chapter deals with different aspects of this magical place: the Zoo; the Funfair; the Circus; Music; Sport; and Speedway.

This book adds to the already large number of products about Belle Vue. There are already three excellent books about the park, including Looking Back at Belle Vue and The Belle Vue Story. There is also a three part video and DVD set - The History of Belle Vue Zoological Gardens - telling the story of Belle Vue using old film footage.


Happy New Year from Joyland Books! [1/1/06]

Happy New Year from all at Joyland Books. In April 2005, Joyland Books celebrated its fifth anniversary, having launched in April 2000. As it now enters its sixth year, the future for Joyland Books is looking more exciting than ever.

Visitors to Joyland Books in November 2005 (the last full month for which data is available) were up by 49% from the same period last year. This compares with a 46% increase in 2004 and a 108% increase in 2003. In total, visitor numbers to Joyland Books between 2001 (its second year of operation) and 2005 have increased by a staggering 758%! This substantial continued growth means that Joyland Books now attracts well over 367,000 unique visitors per year (the equivalent of over 6.3 million hits). To put it into context, we now get more visitors per year than many of the UK's most well-known theme parks!

In October 2005, the Joyland Books front page, along with several of the other most visited pages, had a major revamp. This revamp is ongoing, with the aim of completing by the end of the first quarter 2006. Feedback on the new look has so far been very positive.

And 2005 was a great year for our visitors, with more new releases than ever before. We had several big new DVD releases, including Extreme Thrill Machines, America's Greatest Roller Coaster Thrills, The Story of The Hoppings, All The Fun and A Time to Reflect: The History of Whalom Park. But the release that caused the biggest excitement amongst our customers was the long-awaited and much-delayed The Story of Alton Towers, a fantastic journey around Britain's biggest theme park, telling the story of how the park developed from a small fairground to one of the World's most famous visitor attractions.

The CD of theme park music - Themed Music - was also made available again in small numbers, having been deleted a number of years ago. We have only a few of these left and are now taking our final orders.

Top books for 2005 were Extraordinary Exhibitions, Thomas Whitelegg: Cavalcade of Shows, The English Seaside, The Electric Scenic Railway and the re-release of Historic Fairground Scenes. But the biggest release of 2005 was Pleasureland Memories by Stephen Copnall, which told the full story of what is now regarded as one of the UK's most important amusement parks, with a history going back to the very start of the last century.

It looks like 2006 is going to be an even better year with some great new titles planned. And you will find out about it on this page first, so check back regularly! Happy New Year to all our customers!

New fairground books added [1/1/06]

A Fair Lane Volume 1 by Mark Middleton is the first part of a new series of books following the life of showman Harry Wigfield. The book is based on interviews with Wigfield and includes numerous photographs from his personal collection. Also from the same author is The Showmen of Castleford, the story of three fairground families: Proctor, Eddy and James. The book provides a fascinating account of their history, their transport, their rides and their way of life.

Voices from the Fairground is a new book based on extensive interviews with showpeople. Edited by Gina Bridgeland of the Laisterdyke Local History Group, the book focuses on fairground life in the area around Bradford, West Yorkshire. It is also illustrated with nostalgic photographs. Click here for details.


Journey through historic amusement park [1/1/06]

Now available on Joyland Books is this fantastic journey into amusement park history, Lincoln Park Remembered. This DVD is assembled from rare 35mm and 16mm films dating back as early as 1920. Film editor John K Robson has crafted together some of the more animated and thrilling scenes and takes the viewer on a journey through this magical place. Click here for more information.

We also sell several other DVDs of amusement park history:
The Kursaal, Southend-on-Sea
Belle Vue, Manchester
Heritage USA, South Carolina
Riverview, Chicago
Whalom Park, Massachusetts
Alton Towers, Staffordshire

Click here for our full list of amusement park DVDs.


More new fairground DVDs added [1/1/06]

The latest in the successful Amusement Rides series of DVDs is Amusement Rides 6. This is filmed at some of the country's biggest events through the summer and the busy autumn back end run. Click here for more information.

Also part of the Amusement Rides series are the two new European Specials. The first European Special is a double DVD featuring rides at Dusseldorf, Germany and Tilburg, The Netherlands. European Special 2 features rides at Bremen, Germany, and Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

Click here for many more fairground DVDs.

Rare books available in Secondhand Shop [1/1/06]

Cheapjack by Philip Allingham is the true story of a fairground worker and Everybody's Favourite by Roger Mills, published by the Fairground Heritage Trust, is the story of R Edwards and Sons Ltd. These are just two of the secondhand books added to the Joyland website today. Showmen and Suckers travels the circuses, fairgrounds and music halls o0f 1950s Britain. But the rarest of our second-hand fairground titles is The Famous Thurstons, of which we have a near mint copy from 1968.

Circus enthusiasts will be interested in the book, British Circus Life by Lady Eleanor Smith. This tells the story of life on a typical British circus in the late 1940s, letting the reader into a quite remarkable world. And in My Wild Life, Jimmy Chipperfield's autobiography, find out how one man's life took him from the world's biggest circus to inventing and operating safari parks, including Windsor Safari Park (now Legoland). These and many more titles have just been added to the Secondhand Shop.

Click here for our Secondhand Shop

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