This area of the park has
been rethemed many times since it started life as Talbot Street
in the early eighties.
the early days, the area was used as an exhibition centre,
and contained the biggest collection of dolls in the United
Kingdom, along with a Motor Museum. It was also host to an
exhibition of the Thunderbirds puppets. At one point in the
eighties, it was also known as the location of the giant Snakes
& Ladders board used in the childrens television programme
'Hold Tight '.
the years, the area changed its name to Land of Make Believe,
then to Cred Street, as attractions were added and removed
as regularly as the seasons.
area now plays host to Barney the Dinosaur, as he entertains
the kids throughout the day in the theatre and out on the