A summer of flamingo-themed fun has landed at Workman-managed shopping and leisure destination Silverburn. This was just in time for the school holidays.
The golden sand of Flamingo Beach is open daily for a small entry fee, with all proceeds going to Glasgow Children’s Hospital Charity. The charity will also have a pop-up shop selling kids summer clothing and themed merchandise to raise funds for young patients and their families.
Throughout summer, guests can shop a wide range of flamingo-themed products available in many Silverburn stores. And for more family fun, there is a Flamingo Bingo trail and kids can claim a sweet treat from guest services on completion, while the littlest family members can enjoy Silverburn’s new Ocean Adventures a new underwater-themed soft play, providing entertainment for little ones mid-shopping.
David Pierotti, General Manager at Workman-managed Silverburn, said: “We know how challenging it can be to keep children entertained for the full duration of the summer holidays. As such, we’ve created a full calendar of activities over the coming weeks. The latest upgrades to Silverburn including new soft furnishings, greenery and the Ocean Adventures play area. Alongside our flamingo-themed events, these are all part of our commitment to deliver the best possible guest experience.
Kirsten Watson, CEO at Glasgow Children’s Hospital Charity, said: “We’re tickled pink to be involved with Flamingo Beach. The team at Silverburn are steadfast supporters of the charity. We are incredibly grateful to benefit from their latest fun, creative and engaging fundraising activity. Donations will help children from across Scotland who are treated in hospital here in Glasgow. I’d like to thank all of the visitors and volunteers who visit Flamingo Beach this summer.”
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