By Tom Seymour
At its peak in the 1960s Dreamland Margate thronged with visitors. Millions of them, young and old, families and couples, piled into the seaside amusement park to laugh, flirt, ride the famous Scenic Railway rollercoaster, try their luck at the coconut shy, wolf down candy floss and jellied eels.
But over the decades that followed Dreamland waned in popularity, changing its name, losing its lustre and eventually shutting in 2003.
Now, thanks to a local campaign and a grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund, the park is about to throw open its doors again to the public, reimagined by Hemingway Design as …read more