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Free entry to Cotswold Farm Park on Christmas Jumper Day

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This Thursday (8th December), Cotswold Farm Park will be encouraging visitors to support Save the Children’s Christmas Jumper Day. Members of the public with be granted free entry to the award-winning animal attraction with every donation of £5 to this year’s fundraiser.

The dedicated team at Cotswold Farm Park are proud to be supporting Save the Children's annual event, which raises money for children in the UK and across the world. Each donation made on the day will go towards helping give children the future they deserve.

Visitors can redeem their complimentary Farm Park entry by donating at least £5 to Save the Children and wearing a festive jumper during their day out on Thursday 8thDecember. Visitors will be asked to show the admissions team confirmation of their donation upon arrival.

In a recent post on their Facebook page, the Farm Park team suggested those who don’t own a festive pullover could get creative by repurposing something that’s already in their wardrobe. Old jumpers can be recycled and decorated at home with tinsel, decorations, or fairy lights.

The Farm Park, which was this year voted Gloucestershire’s Favourite Family Day Out, is home to one of the largest collections of rare breed and native farm animals in the UK, the ever-popular Enchanted Light Trail and Father Christmas experience.

Donate at least £5 to their Save the Children fundraiser to redeem your free entry here: https://bit.ly/3Vpwi82

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