Drayton Manor Park celebrates International Tiger Day

Monday, 23rd July 2018

TO celebrate International Tiger Day on Sunday 29th July, Drayton Manor Park will be hosting a whole load of Tiger-tastic activities.

The activities at the park are to help raise vital funds for the WildCats Conservation Alliance whose mission is to save wild tigers for future generations by funding carefully chosen conservation projects.

Home to Dua and Dora two critically endangered Sumatran Tigers, Drayton Manor Zoo raised £2,550.00 through its fundraising last year and hopes to beat its grrreat efforts on International Tiger Day this year.

A young visiter enjoying International Tiger Day at Drayton Manor last year.

A young visiter enjoying International Tiger Day at Drayton Manor last year.

Visitors can get involved in tiger face painting, completing the Tiger Trail, tiger themed games, talks and enrichment but in addition to the fundraising activities the Drayton Manor team will also be completing a 400-mile bike ride Saturday 28th and Sunday 29th July to represent the approximate number of Sumatran Tigers left in the wild.

TOP TIP: The best time to catch a glimpse of the Tigers at Drayton Manor Park is first thing in the morning. If you are at the park and waiting for the rides to open why not head down to the Zoo and meet Dua and Dora?

To book tickets, or for more information about the park, visit www.draytonmanor.co.uk or call 0844 472 1950.