Once upon a time, in a land far away there was a family whose children lived in a big bedroom in the attic. Their names were Wendy, John and Michael. Each night their dreams took them to Never-never land. In this special place, each child’s dreams were different, but they all agreed on one thing – it was a whole pile of fun.
Wendy had a pretend friend named Peter Pan who used to visit the bedroom from Never-never-land, with his fairy friend “Tinkerbell” (no sniggering please). One evening, Peter took Wendy and the boys by the hand, and they all flew off together to Never-never-land on a huge adventure. Tinkerbell had to sprinkle magic dust on the children so that they could fly through the evening sky, on their way passing the second star to the right, and then on into the distance.
As they flew through the sky, they came across the most wondrous sights, including Captain Hook and his merry band of men, the Lost Boys, an Indian reservation and many other sights. Whilst there was Still more to see, Peter made sure that he had the children safely back in bed in time for their dreams to finish by morning.
Peter has now offered to take lots of children on his next trip to Never-never-land. So why not join us on this exciting journey which sets off from an attic bedroom