Evening fun at Banham Zoo

The annual Zoo-Do family night is back at Banham Zoo (near Attleborough) which should have visitors enjoying themselves in the magical and tranquil atmosphere of seeing the zoo at dusk.

The annual Zoo-Do family night is back at Banham Zoo this Saturday (near Attleborough) which should have visitors enjoying themselves in the magical and tranquil atmosphere of seeing the zoo at dusk.

Organised by the Friends of the zoo (a charity supporting the conservation and education aspects of it), this well-loved event boasts a host of entertainment promising an evening of fun and entertainment for all the family.

Set in more than 35 acres of landscaped gardens with hundreds of animals from around the globe to admire, visitors will also be treated to a host of activities including a live band, bar, barbecue, safari road-train, bouncy castle, horse-drawn dray rides, art exhibition, face painting, animal encounters and a bird-of-prey flying display. Funds raised at the event will go directly to the Friends and the proceeds will be distributed to wildlife conservation and education projects.

£6 (adults), £4.50 (children), under-threes (free).

Gates: 6pm; zoo closes at 10pm.

www.banhamzoo.co.uk

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