Once described as the heartbeat of Kent, Dreamland was one of the UK’s best-loved amusement parks. Considered to be the oldest-surviving amusement park in Great Britain, A total of £18m in public funding was awarded to the Dreamland project, to restore, preserve and maintain the listed structures

The park reopened its gates on 19 June 2015 to a media frenzy, and at one point was even trending as the top story from the UK on Twitter.

40 chip and pin machines were supplied to the venue, and were primarily used at the ticketing gates. Other card terminals were used at the food halls, coffee rooms, Ice Cream Parlours and the ballroom

Dreamland came to Wireless Terminal Solutions back in June needing a temporary solution that was not only mobile, but also reliable at the site location.

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Mark Dunbar who made the original order commented on the work Wireless Terminal Solutions provided for the theme park – “Reliable, friendly and always happy to explain things in detail if necessary. The team at WTS have consistently given a highly personal service, and the work has being delivered on time and to budget. The mobile card machines were very easy to use, even for temporary staff which we often employ at various times across the year. We would be happy to endorse WTS”

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