Robinsons is an English soft drink brand owned by Britvic. Robinsons has a royal warrant from Queen Elizabeth II and was an independent company until 1995 when it was acquired by Britvic. The Robinsons range includes Fruit Shoot, Fruit Squash, No Added Sugar Fruit Squash, Fruit & Barley, Barley Water, Select and Squash'd; the range formerly also included Fruit Spring. For the diamond Jubilee, they added Strawberry and Cream to their list. Robinsons sales for 2009 (across all its ranges) totalled £307 million in 2009. Every summer (May and June), Robinsons runs Wimbledon or tennis-related competitions, linked to the brand's long-running sponsorship of the tournament.
Robinsons Land at Drayton Manor
Robinsons Land was a themed area at Drayton Manor Theme Park. It was opened in 2001 and it was formerly known as Children's Corner. The themed area had a few rides such as Whirly Copter Wheel, Super Dragon Coaster and Junior Carousel. The park was closed in September 2007 to make way for Thomas Land which opened on 15 March 2008. All of the old rides, except the Veteran Cars (now Sodor's Classic Cars) were removed from the park and sold to Funland at Hayling Island.
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