Following two months closed due to lockdown, Yorkshire Wildlife Park has confirmed it is reopening next month, in line with the government’s lockdown easing plan.
Shuttering up on January 5th as a result of the government’s short notice nationwide lockdown, the popular Yorkshire attraction will reopen its doors to the public from April 12th – dependent, of course, on whether the country manages to keep the infection rates down as we gradually return to ‘normal’ life.
Confirming the news via social media, the park said: “It’s the moment you’ve ALL been waiting for… We are excited to announce that park tickets are now available to book from April 12th 2021!
“We will continue to do everything we can to keep guests and staff safe, we can’t wait to welcome you back soon”
Facing a number of closures in the past 12 months due to the pandemic, the zoo industry has suffered significant financial troubles, with Chester Zoo, in particular, calling out to the public to help them raise funds to survive the closures.
The park, which is located near Doncaster, is accepting bookings now here.
[Featured image: Yorkshire Wildlife Park]
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