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Zoo Academy is Back This Summer at Beale Park


Join us throughout the summer holidays for a fun-filled, action-packed adventure at Zoo Academy, now featuring outdoor team-building events with FACE!

This year, we’re taking Zoo Academy to the next level. In addition to hands-on conservation projects and meeting our amazing zoo animals, participants will also get to experience exhilarating outdoor activities with our friends at FACE, who specialize in Fun, Active, and Creative Events for all ages.

Participants will have the opportunity to explore our park and meet some of our farm yards and zoo animals. There will also be the opportunity to get hands-on with some of our amazing conservation projects. Participants will then go on an outdoor adventure with FACE.

Age range: 6-12 years oldDates: 25th - 27th July, 8th - 10th August, 15th - 17th AugustTime: 9 AM – 3 PMPrice: £49 per child, including park entry for the entire dayDrop-off location: Beale Wildlife Park

Pick-up location: FACE (on Beale Parks Exit Road)


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