Award-winning Roarr! Dinosaur Adventure pledges support to EACH

Award-winning Roarr! Dinosaur Adventure pledges support to EACH

Dec 18, 2018

An award-winning Norfolk family adventure park has presented over £5,000 to EACH​.

During 2018, Roarr! Dinosaur Adventure has been supporting the nook appeal.

The dinosaur-themed adventure play park has something for all ages to enjoy and has so far contributed £5,110 to the appeal, having signed up to the nook business network.

Roarr! Dinosaur Adventure, based in Lenwade, was the joint headline sponsor of EACH’s King’s Lynn Bubble Rush earlier this year. It also sponsored a bubble arch at the Norwich Bubble Rush, as well as the charity’s float at the Lord Mayor’s Procession. The year concluded with support for EACH’s abseil down The Forum in September.

Adam Goymour, Roarr! Dinosaur Adventure Park Manager, said: “We’re proud to directly support young people with life-threatening conditions, in the heart of the communities within Norfolk, through our partnership with EACH.

“The nook appeal is such a worthwhile cause and being able to help contribute towards this and make EACH’s vision a reality is very rewarding for us.

“Both us and EACH are a family and child like-minded, focused operation.

“Norfolk is a superb county and being able to collaborate with EACH to highlight this is a remarkable opportunity.”

For more information on the business network, call Sophie on 01953 666768 or email her at

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