The Trust has secured funding from the National Lottery Heritage Fund to employ a Development Manager and Archivist.
A new exhibition celebrating Dreamland’s Musical Heritage opens at Dreamland on Saturday, 18th May.
The work of Nick Laister, co-founder of the Dreamland Trust and the man who spearheaded the ‘Save Dreamland’ campaign was recognised at the preview of a new film about the amusement park last week (13th February).
Salary: £30k pro rata for part time
The Dreamland Trust is opening a new exhibition space at Dreamland next Tuesday (28th August).
An animated film featuring memories from Dreamland has been launched by the Dreamland Trust.
The Dreamland Trust is inviting the public to join them at local roadshows in March. The informal events will be at locations in Thanet and free to enter.
The Dreamland Trust is delighted to announce that they have received further funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund.
Penny arcades have been an integral part of the heritage of amusement parks for many decades and this Sunday (18th February) creative youngsters will have the opportunity to make their own arcade games.
An extra date for the ‘Memories of the Dream Factory’ has been announced by the Dreamland Trust.
The Dreamland Trust has launched its second exhibition of the year, Memories from the Dream Factory.
A nostalgic look at Dreamland from the 1920's through the ages
The exhibition of art depicting dreamland in the 60s has attracted over 3,500 visitors to date.
A unique exhibition of art work depicting Dreamland in the 60s is being extended due to the positive response it has received from visitors.
The Dreamland Trust is organising an Open Meeting at Dreamland on Tuesday 4 th July when the public can find out about the charity’s progress and future plans.
Dreamland Trust launches first exhibition with Dreamlandscapes: A portrait of Dreamland in the 60s - An Exhibition of drawings, prints and paintings by Barry Kirk.
Radio interview with 96 year old VicMcCoy about his memories of Dreamland
The Dreamland Trust, with a new team and a new chair, Bernie Morgan, working in partnership with Thanet District Council and the operators of the park
The iconic building on Margate Seafront, renowned for its neon lighting, is soon to be brought back to life.
Scaffolding has today come down on the famous vertical sign at Dreamland, another important milestone on the journey to bring this historic building back to life.
Three rare and historic menagerie cages, which sit against the boundary wall of Dreamland, Margate, have been restored
The famous Dreamland Amusement Park in Margate reopened on 19th June 2015 following a 12-year campaign to save the attraction