An­i­mal parks’ early Christ­mas present

Kentish Express Ashford & District - What's On - - CLASSIFIED -

Fam­ily days out this win­ter just got wilder.

Port Lympne Re­serve and Howletts Wild An­i­mal Park are of­fer­ing free en­try for chil­dren from three to 15 through­out this month. Kids Go Free, which runs un­til New Year’s Eve, means fam­i­lies can see the hun­dreds of wild an­i­mals at the sites in Hythe and Can­ter­bury for less through­out win­ter, with chil­dren go­ing free with a full pay­ing adult. Man­ag­ing di­rec­tor Bob O’ Con­nor said: “Wrap up warm and en­joy won­der­ful days out for less, spot­ting our win­ter lov­ing an­i­mals and new ar­rivals, be­fore en­joy­ing a warm­ing drink and treat in one of our cafes or restau­rants.” The 600-acre Port Lympne Re­serve of­fers a chance to jump on board a sa­fari truck to travel through South Amer­ica, Asia and Africa in one day to see free roam­ing an­i­mals and see the UK’S largest out­door di­nosaur ex­hi­bi­tion, Di­nosaur For­est. At Howletts Wild An­i­mal Park vis­i­tors can see the largest herd of African ele­phants in the UK, in­clud­ing a new calf, come face to face with big cats in their glass fronted habi­tats, walk with lemurs and watch gorillas and dis­cover An­i­mals of the Ice Age. To claim the of­fer, visit as­pinall­foun­da­tion.org click on lat­est of­fers and choose Kids Go Free, fill in your de­tails and a voucher will be sent via email.

Chil­dren can visit Howletts or Port Lympne for free dur­ing De­cem­ber

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