We have some tickets still available for our Autumn course of Zoo Club. Members receive a 10% discount but need to book over the phone (please email us to arrange).
We will have small groups of up to ten children of a similar age. There will be a total of four weekly sessions from 4-5pm. There are two course options – one that runs from end of Aug-Sept, and the second from end of Sept-Oct.
A total cost of £100 per child includes all four sessions, a drink and a snack, Zoo Club t-shirt and certificate. There will be a range of activities designed to teach children about some of the animals and birds we have at Beale Wildlife Park, with hands-on experiences, such as pond dipping, hand feeding, mucking out, holding reptiles and building enrichment.
The link here allows you to select your day of the week (please note that some sessions are suitable for ages 5-7 and others for 8+) and to pay. https://www.wtm360.co.uk/sales/beale-park-1616070420. Or members, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to receive your discount.
I like it that there is different animals to learn about each week. Dougie and Paul are really enthusiastic when they talked about the animals and I like listening to them. My favourite things at zoo club have been touching the animals especially the snake and making things for them. I like it that we can stay and play at Beale Park after zoo club and I like the snacks.
Both my grandsons are thoroughly enjoying it. M had his dream come true yesterday by holding a snake. It’s a fantastic opportunity for them.
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