Yorkshire Wildlife Park mark Armed Forces Day with free entry for military and emergency service personnel

2nd July 2019

The military and emergency services personnel are being given free entry to the award-winning Yorkshire Wildlife Park to mark Armed Forces Day on Saturday.

The day gives a huge morale boost for troops and emergency services with events organised across the nation. -We are so proud and appreciative of the work they do and are delighted to offer free entry, said John Minion of the park at Branton, near Doncaster. -We want to recognise the selfless service provided by our armed forces and emergency services staff and we hope they have a fantastic day at the park. They will see over 400 animals from 70 species, many rare and endangered, who are at home on the 100-acre site and the UK's No. 1 walkthrough wildlife adventure. Free entry is available on the gate only and redeemable on presentation of an MOD Card, Veterans Card, Defence Discount Card or Blue Light Card. Accompanying guests will pay standard entry tickets, which can be pre-booked online at www.yorkshirewildlifepark.com.

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