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Start the New Year by meeting and feeding giraffe, cheetah, meerkats and lemurs at knock-down prices in the Bristol Zoo Gardens and Wild Place Project January flash sale.
These great experiences, where people get up-close to these amazing animals, are on offer at 15 per cent off.
They are among a host of great bargains that are part of the week long sale which begins today (January 1).
There is also 15 per cent off an overnight stay at The Lodge (the luxurious apartment in the heart of Bristol Zoo) and Camp Baboon at Wild Place Project, where guests sleep in stunning bespoke cabins and have breakfast with the giraffe.
The cost of annual membership for both the Zoo and Wild Place Project is also being offered at 15 per cent less.
There is an identical reduction for the popular Keep for the Day Experiences at the Zoo and at Wild Place Project.
Owain Cassidy, head of marketing and development at Bristol Zoo Gardens, said: “We are offering great savings on some outstanding experiences and overnight stays.
“Make the most of this opportunity and celebrate the start of 2018 by creating memories that will be cherished forever.”
Bristol Zoological Society, which owns Wild Place Project and Bristol Zoo Gardens, is a conservation and education charity that relies on the generous support of the public not only to fund its important work but also its vital conservation and research projects spanning five continents.
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