WELCOME TO LINTON ZOO
Hadstock Road, Linton, Cambridgeshire, CB21 4NT.
Telephone: 01223 891308 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Tickets are generally released on a Friday for the following week - once we have received the latest advice and guidelines from the Government.
YOU MUST PRE-BOOK YOUR TICKETS AS ADMISSIONS ARE LIMITED TO ENSURE SOCIAL DISTANCING CAN BE OBSERVED.
Of course, we want to be able to return to normal as soon as possible, but we also need to think about the long-term survival of the zoo. Where possible, our mid-week closed days will be scheduled on the traditionally quieter days, whilst also taking the weather forecast into account.
We are an outdoor attraction, with country-park like trails that lead through a woodland environment. Check the forecast and come prepared, bring suitable footwear if it's been raining.
SEASON TICKET HOLDERS
To guarantee your admission you must pre-book a (FREE) time slot to arrive, so we can manage the capacity within the wildlife park, stagger arrival times and reduce the need of staff contact.
You must have your season ticket(s) with you to be admitted. Many of our Members have opted out of our offer of a three-month extension to their membership, and we are so grateful for this support.
PLANS FOR OUR SNOW LEOPARD BREEDING FACILITY
We’ve been given the fantastic news by the European studbook holder that we now have a breeding recommendation for Centurio and Nefeli, our pair of snow leopards.Being in the oldest section of the zoo their current enclosure is, like many of us, starting to look its age, so we want to provide them with a new modern breeding facility that will suit a growing family.
The cost for the project from start to finish is a whopping £175,000
A MAJOR FUND RAISING DRIVE IS NOW UNDERWAY!
A HUGE THANK YOU TO EVERYONE FOR THE LOVE AND SUPPORT SHOWN DURING THE LAST FEW MONTHS, YOU'VE BEEN AMAZING - BUT JUST BECAUSE WE'RE OPEN DOES NOT MEAN WE'LL MAKE IT THROUGH
This is far from the end of this crisis and the road to recovery will be tough and uncertain. It will take a long time to bounce back financially from this difficult time and we will continue to need your support – now more than ever!
There are a number of different ways you can offer additional support to help us with the ongoing costs of running the zoo.
MAKE A DONATION - EVERY PENNY MAKES A DIFFERENCE An easy way to help and donate Our Crowdfunding page No commission charged this way! but with a difference! Contribute to an animal's daily care YOU CAN EVEN RAISE MONEY WHEN DOING YOUR ONLINE SHOPPING Just remember to select "Linton Zoo Conservation Fund" as your chosen charity!
If you find you have any extra fruit or veg in your shopping basket and would like to make a donation, please do let us know to arrange a suitable time to deliver. Any fruit or veg would be extremely welcome, but items that are especially useful are:
- Blueberries - super food!
- Apples (esp Royal Gala and Coxes)
- Paw paw
- Carrots - more than you'd think!
- Sweet potato
- Seedy brown bread
Whilst these are challenging times for everyone, if you are able to make a donation, no matter how big or small, it will greatly contribute to the continued smooth running of the zoo during this time of crisis for us.
We would like to say a huge thank you to everyone who has shown us their support at this difficult time. Whether you have made a monetary donation, dropped off fruit or veg, or even just sent a message of support, please be assured that we are extremely grateful to you all. Knowing people are taking time out of their own hectic lives to think of us really does boost our team morale!
Keep an eye on our Facebook page and we'll try to keep you updated with news and photos as much as possible.
Thank you all, once again, for your support. Please do follow all advice given by the Government to help us get through this as quickly as possible. We hope you all stay safe and we look forward to seeing you in, hopefully, the not too far off future.
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