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- Website: www.irn-bru-carnival.com
From the traditional whirl of the waltzers and the crash of the dodgems to the brand new Voodoo Dancer and equally stomach-churning Matterhorn, Speed Buzz and Extreme. Plus of course there are gentler rides for wee ones such as the Teacups and the Carousel. Entry price is £12 with visitors receiving ten vouchers which can be used on all rides and most stalls. Each ride is one voucher and stalls are two vouchers (some stalls are taking cash).
We have no details of upcoming performances, if you do please let us know.
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