Three of the region’s top tourist attractions launch recruitment drive for seasonal posts

Banham Zoo are one of the three tourist attractions around the region which have launched a recruitm

Banham Zoo are one of the three tourist attractions around the region which have launched a recruitment drive for seasonal posts. Picture by: Sonya Duncan - Credit: Sonya Duncan

Three top family regional attractions have launched a recruitment drive for hundreds of seasonal posts.

Banham Zoo, in south Norfolk, Dinosaur Adventure at Lenwade and Africa Alive, near Lowestoft, want 'flexible, personable individuals who enjoy working in an environment designed to ensure guests enjoy a great day out'.

It is hoped that people who sign up for various posts in gift shops, at ticket barriers, snack shacks, guest information sites and cleaning departments and also become road train drivers, will help the three linked attractions have another record-breaking year in drawing bumper crowds.

Last year, the attractions had a total of 630,000 visitors, a record.

Martin Dupee, director of operations for the sites, said: 'We are really positive and excited about the year ahead and are looking for key staff who want to join in our success and have some fun along the way.'

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A recruitment day is taking place at Africa Alive on January 25, between 10am and 3pm, the Dinosaur Adventure recruitment day is on January 31, between 10am and 3pm, and Banham Zoo's recruitment day is on February 1, between 10am and 3pm. To take part, please telephone the site to book a place and ask for an application form.

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