UK’s first ever Child Concierge at Drayton Manor

childconcierge2Half term is looming and parents all over the country are asking themselves how to keep their little peeps happy! If that sounds like you then perhaps a trip to Drayton Manor is in order. Too far for a day trip? Never fear, with an onsite hotel the fun can last even longer. Plus this half term you can meet the UK’s first ever Child Concierge at Drayton Manor.

 

ChildconciergeNine year old Noah Reeve-Walters, dressed in a mini concierge uniform will be available to give assistance to the younger guests from 25th-29th May. Any burning questions like:

‘Where should I sit on Stormforce 10 to get the best soaking’

‘How wobbly is the jelly in the restaurant’ or even ‘Where can I get the best ice-cream in the park’.

Noah will be able to answer them all with a smile on his face!

Noah said: “I love Drayton Manor Theme Park, but it’s always the adults who give the advice, so I thought it should be the kids who get to ask their questions for a change. I’m prepared and ready to give my expert kid opinion!”

donutsMeeting Noah at the hotel is only the start to a fun filled day at the park. I recently became an Ambassador for Drayton Manor, so I’ll be sharing posts detailing all our adventures as we explore throughout the year.

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We had a flying visit there last Friday (had to get back for a prior engagement), the Carousel was our favourite ride on this trip. A true classic that’s great for kids of all ages (I include myself in that statement!) My youngest would only brave a sled the first time, but we’ve successfully migrated to a Chicken with Mummy riding on the rear holding tightly!! I believe the Carousel dates all the way back to 1898! Give it a go the next time you visit.carousel

9 Responses to UK’s first ever Child Concierge at Drayton Manor

  1. Hello, I am Noah’s grandma. The team at Drayton Manor have been so very kind to Noah. He had great fun enjoying the rides in the park on Weds and Thurs as well as saying hello to visitors. The hotel caters well for families and everyone from the owner/manager Colin Bryan to the crew in the park have been friendly and supportive. I understand they are creating a blog for Noah to enable him to communicate with other children about the park.