Noah’s Ark nativities
EXCITED children from Portishead performed alongside farm animals in Noah’s Ark’s live nativities.
Members of the Redcliffe Bay Brownies were the stars of the show along with a donkey, a sheep, a cow, goats and alpacas at the zoo farm’s live action plays.
Collections were taken for Bristol’s Crisis Centre Ministries, which helps the homeless, and Hope for Life Katanga, which supports poor communities in Uganda.
Noah’s Ark is now closed for the season and will reopen again on February 2.
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To find out more visit www.noahsarkzoofarm.co.uk or call 01275 852606.
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