Bit of a do at the zoo!
BANHAM Zoo will open its gates for this year's Zoo-Do on July 5 when visitors have the opportunity to sample the tranquil atmosphere of the zoo at dusk and enjoy a host of additional entertainments.
BANHAM Zoo will open its gates for this year's Zoo-Do on July 5 when visitors have the opportunity to sample the tranquil atmosphere of the
zoo at dusk and enjoy a
host of additional entertainments.
Organised by the Friends of Banham Zoo, a registered charity supporting the conservation and education aspects of the zoo, the event promises an evening of fun and entertainment. Set in over 35 acres of landscaped parkland with hundreds of animals from around the globe, visitors will be treated to activities including a live band, bar, barbecue, safari roadtrain, bouncy castle, horse-drawn dray rides, art exhibition, face painting, animal encounters and a special bird of prey flying display plus the Mighty Zulu Nation Dance Troupe.
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Funds raised at this year's charity evening will go directly to the Friends and the proceeds will be distributed to wildlife conservation and education projects in accordance with the objects of the charity.
Gates are open to the public from 6pm and the zoo closes at 10pm. Admission to the Zoo-Do is at a special rate of £6.50 for adults, £4.50 for children (under threes free).
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