A competition is being held by Dreamland to name one of its new rides.
The winner and up to nine friends will be among the first to experience it.
A modern take on the much-loved classic Enterprise ride, the new ride looking for a name is an open-air thrill experience that transports riders sixty feet through the air at 25 miles per hour.
It seats 24 people - two per gondola.
The competition is open and will run until 11.59pm on Saturday, June 23, and can be entered here.
The winning entry will be announced by Wednesday, July 4 and will be invited to be part of the first group to experience the ride, along with up to nine friends on its opening weekend on July 21/ 22.
Steve Gotkine, chief operating officer at Dreamland said: "This really is a once in a lifetime opportunity to go down in Dreamland history.
"As a world-class attraction offering a festival feel for all the family, we're looking for a name that reflects Dreamland's unique spirit of quirky fun, with a twist of the unexpected and also gives a nod to the thrilling nature of the new ride.
"We're really looking forward to seeing what creative and bold name suggestions are entered into the competition."
To be in with a chance to name the new ride, entrants need to come up with a name that is fun, thrilling and bold, a maximum of three words, original and true to the spirit of Dreamland.