More photographs of our big weekend at Preston Rally. (Click
here for Page 1).
The stand was manned
throughout the weekend by (l to r): Mark Evans, Dave Collard,
Susan Marsh and Nick Laister.
seemed to love this little kiddie's car ride.
Susan Marsh and Nick
Laister on the Big Wheel.
Susan and Nick riding
high. "Is that really a queue at the Save Dreamland Campaign stand?"
asks Susan. "I wonder if it has anything to do with the fact that we aren't at the stand?"
"Perhaps we should do a few more rides - the Campaign could really
benefit from that."
Dave and Mark take to
the wheel, whilst Nick and Susan return to the stand. "There doesn't seem to be many people at the Campaign stand,"
says Dave, astutely. "Nick and Susan just haven't got it", says Mark,
insightfully. (Fact: Susan Marsh actually signed up more campaigners
than any other person. Ever. So don't believe everything Dave and Mark tell
On Saturday evening,
the Campaign Team paid an unannounced visit to the 'All New Dreamland
Paul Freeman, Sarah
Vickery, Mark Evans and Dave Collard took a ride on the Dreamland
Waltzer. One of them came off the ride somewhat worse for wear (clue:
she is the one holding the bar tightly with both hands).
She struck fear into
the hearts of
Thanet District Council officers at
the public inquiry in 2004 as the Campaign's advocate. Susan Marsh MBE
looks brave as she prepares to enter Dreamland's new Ghost Train.
Campaigners take a
ride on the Scenic. Left to right: Sarah Vickery, Nick Laister, Ryhannon
and Paul Freeman and Susan Marsh. Dave Collard stands at the rear of the
It is Sunday and the
Save Dreamland Campaign is back at the Preston Rally for a second day.
Sporting the new-look campaign t-shirts and baseball caps are, from left
to right, Mark Evans, Dave Collard, Nick Laister and Ian Mansfield.
Dave Collard showing
off the rear of the new Save Dreamland t-shirts.
Eric Marsh models the new Dreamland baseball cap and bags. These will be
available on the website to buy online very soon.
Left to right: Mark
Evans, Nick Laister and Dave Collard at the end of a successful second
day. Click on the image for a close-up.
The two Scenic Railway
dragons were kindly loaned by Paul and Rhyannon Freeman. As modelled by
Dave and Mark.
consensus amongst those who stood in the field all weekend was that the
event was a big success. Check out the News page
for news of more Save Dreamland Campaign events.
The Save Dreamland Campaign would like to say
thank you to the following people:
Thomas and Jimmy
Henry-Botton who operated the Ferris Wheel at the Rally
who owns the Dodgems and Gallopers, in particular for his assistance
with allowing us to place our banner on his Dodgem track.
Paul and Rhyannon
Freeman for lending us the dragons again.
Brain of Preston Services for allowing us free space at the Rally.