If you are a customer or have been a customer of MagicalDLP and you know of a family who are down on their luck and think a trip to Disneyland Paris would for fill their dreams, give us a call...
BETWEEN US, LETS MAKE SOME MAGIC WORK.

MagicalDLP is part of Disney's Group Booking Agents, who mainly deal with Schools, Play Groups and Disable Children Groups. Once a month we also sell to the public via our web-site and because we purchase our trips about a year in advance, we tend to be a lot cheaper than Disney direct, even with their special deals.

Every year MagicalDLP, with the help from our customers past and present, helps a family in need to fore-fill their dreams by sending them to Disneyland Paris on one of our trips.
MagicalDLP pay's £5 in to a special fund for every adult that books with us, but even with this donation we still need your help, plus isn't it good to know you are helping a family who needs some luck and happiness in their life.

With your help we need to raise as much money as possible to help children like Victoria (below) to fore-fill their dreams at Disneyland Paris.

As with most Charities we still need more funds and help, so
PLEASE DONATE TODAY by calling us on 01795 874 880 and bring Hope and Happiness to a seriously or terminally ill child or even a family just down on their luck...
PLEASE HELP MAKE THEIR WISH COME TRUE.


**THIS IS WHERE WE NEED YOUR HELP THIS YEAR**
Below is a family, that we feel needs a boost in their lives. They have been sponsored by one of our customers, Eileen Hillier, who is doing many charity events to help the Mitchell family below for-fill their dreams at Disneyland Paris, with the help of MagicalDLP Ltd.
We are taking Lisa, Mitchell and their family on our trip to Disneyland Paris departing 3rd December 2017, for 4 days / 3 nights.
They will be travelling by Eurostar Direct to Disney, we have included breakfast, 4 day park passes and to make it even Magical we have added Half-Board Premium so they can have meals with the Disney Characters.
Below is Mitchell and Lisa's story....

PLEASE DONATE TODAY by calling us on 01795 874 880

This is Mitchell Matthews, who is 3 years old and lives with his nanny Lisa in East Sussex.
Mitchell started having seizures a few months ago . After lots of investigations a brain tumour was found and he is now under the Kings college hospital in London . Surgeons are in talks on operating on Mitchell to either remove or reduce the tumour . They have however warned that Mitchell may still experience seizures after the operation because of damage caused . Mitchell loses consciousness when he has his seizures and awakes confused and frightened . Mitchell's consultant is Dr Elaine Hughes and the nurse specialist is Hannah Martin, both based at kings college hospital.
Lisa is Mitchell's nanny who adopted Mitchell when he was very young. Lisa has battled cancer and is in remission, she has been told that there is a possibility that she will need surgery in the future and may end up with a stoma and catheter, we know Lisa is still in pain with her own condition, but somehow manages to keep smiling for the benefit of her family.



Below are just a few of the families MagicalDLP have helped in the past.

This is Louise Jones, who is 12 years old and lives with her foster mum Linda in South Wales.
Louise has had a very hard life so far, but is a delightful little girl who loves to be busy and has kept smiling throughout her problems. Her time is spent between her foster parents, Ty Hafan Children's Hospice and hospital.
Louise has a special friend called Skye who is 8 years old and also fostered, so we at Disneylink are going to send both these girls and their foster mothers to Disney for a more magical experience.


Professional information from Shirley Valentino, Family Support Team, Ty Hafan Children's Hospice.
Louise has Idiopathic Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension together with Atrial Septum Defect, which is a life-limiting degenerative condition that needs the support of palliative hospice care.
Louise tires very easily, which limits her ability to engage in physical exercise, she requires oxygen to help with breathlessness via a concentrator and suffers from chest infections, which needs hospitalisation and intravenous antibiotics.


In August 2012, we were contacted by one of our customers from Essex about a family who is going through hell. Their little 2 year old daughter (Maddison) had been diagnosed with a form of cancer in her neck.

So with the help of that customer, Disneylink are sending Maddison and her family to Disneyland Paris for 4 days / 3 nights by Eurostar Direct in March 2013 to meet Minnie Mouse and her friends, we are also going to add Half-Board Plus and a Character Lunch to this trip.

Here is Maddison's story so far...
Little Maddison aged 2 years who lives in Pitsea Essex, with her mum and dad and big brother Alfie 7 years, was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia at the end of January's 2012 after a lump was discovered in her neck.

Since diagnosis Maddison has received a regime of intense chemotherapy and other tests and treatments managed between Great Ormond Street and Basildon Hospital requiring tough reorganisation of the family routine and work in addition to the obvious emotional roller coaster caring for a child with a life threatening illness.

Despite being subjected to painful treatments, Maddison is growing into a beautiful fun loving little girl who loves 'pink' and adores Minnie Mouse and spending time playing with her big brother.


In 2011 Peter Edwards, our contact in Wales was contacted by the TY HAFAN Hospice in South Wales who look after seriously and terminally ill children, with your help helped one of their children and their family forfill her dreams at Disneyland Paris on our September 2011 trip, and gave her extra MAGIC by including a Lunch with the Disney Princess.

Victoria was at the time a 13 years old with Trisomy 21 Acute Myeloid Leukeamia and Cardiomyopathy, which results in only having a 12% heart function, and is awaiting a heart transplant Victoria also has Down Syndrome and suffers from Alopecia and irritable bowel syndrome. Even though this little princess has a great deal to cope with medically she is a lovely, happy little girl who just adores Disney Characters and Princesses. Due to her condition Victoria dosen't attend school, but is home taught and has a limited number of friends. Victoria has a lovely imagination and expresses this through play. Victoria lives with her mum, dad and older brother Alec in Whitchurch, Cardiff, South Wales.
When her mother told Victoria she was going to Disneyland Paris by Eurostar she got really excited, and asked if the train was like the Polar Express, then added "I can't wait to meet the Disney Characters and all the Disney Princesses with their lovely dresses and sparkles, it's so exciting... am I really going mummy... Honest?"

Sadly Victoria is no longer with us.