There was a fiery theme to events at the Pembrokeshire attraction with a special guest appearance from everyone’s favourite Hero Next Door, Fireman Sam, a visit by crew from Narberth Fire Station and performance from local fire-eater Kieran Howells.
In addition to the fun events, visitors were also entertained with a series of live music and dance events throughout the week featuring a number of South Wales’ most popular local bands.
Among the performers were Merthyr Tydfil four-piece punk pop band ‘BitterSweet By Design’, new wave indie popsters the ‘C-90s’ and ‘Nothing-New’, a three-piece ‘punkish’ band from the Rhondda Valleys.
Oakwood Theme Park’s Anthony Crowdie said: “We’re delighted with how things went over the holidays. This was the first time we have put on these kind of events and it certainly seemed to prove popular with both staff and visitors alike!
“The park is a great venue for performers and it is definitely something we will look to repeat later in the year.
“Having Fireman Sam pay us a visit was also great fun; particularly with our younger visitors and he also seemed to hit it off with the guys from Narberth Fire Station who were on site,” he added.
Staff at the theme park are now getting ready for a major new live show which will be taking place over the summer months.
The Wild West High Diving Show will feature some of the most incredible high diving performers in the world!
A team of fearless cowboys perform amazing high altitude stunts as part of a Wild West themed outdoor spectacular as they plunge from a 25 metre board into less than three metres of water. Taking place on selected dates throughout July and August.