Hero Days

In appreciation of the outstanding work of the British Emergency & Armed Services,

the WoM Theme Park will host special days throughout the year dedicated to these brave men & women, with proceeds of the event going to the respective Benevolent Funds.


Metropolitan Police are at the forefront of crime and disorder. Thanks to these brave men & women the United Kingdom is a safe and stable society. The North West Police Benevolent Fund (www.nwpbf.org) will be the main beneficiary.


The National Health system in the UK is regarded as one of the best in the world and this is as a direct result of the hard work and dedication that all members of the medical profession provide for their patients.

The Royal Medical Benevolent Fund (www.rmbf.org) will be the main beneficiary.


The Fire Brigade is one of the best-trained organisations in the world and is called on to put their lives at risk as they battle life-threatening fires around the UK.

The Fire Fighters Charity (www.firefighterscharity.org.uk) will be the beneficiary.


The British Army is constantly protecting the United Kingdom from a threat. Additionally, they assist the United Nations in war-torn regions like South Sudan, to help bring safety & security to vulnerable people and communities.

The Soldiers Charity (www.soldierscharity.org) will be the main beneficiary.


The Royal Air Force is regarded as one of the best in the world and has been instrumental in many victories by the British and Allied forces.

The RAF Benevolent Fund (www.rafbf.org) will be the main beneficiary.


The Royal Navy has been part of the British culture for centuries and maintains the highest regard in international waters. Their bravery in battle and courage when rescuing stranded sailors is unquestionably one of the best the in the world. The Royal Naval Benevolent Trust (www.rnbt.org.uk) will be the main beneficiary of the day.