Noah’s Ark visits Pill stay and play

PUBLISHED: 10:00 23 February 2017

Crockerne Children's Centre held a half-term stay and play session featuring exotic animals. Picture: Jeremy Long

Crockerne Children's Centre held a half-term stay and play session featuring exotic animals. Picture: Jeremy Long

(C)2016 Jeremy Long / JCLPhotography, all rights reserved

A selection of exotic animals were introduced to children in Pill.

Crockerne Children’s Centre, in Westward Drive, hosted a stay and play session when staff from Noah’s Ark Zoo Farm took along some furry friends and animal artefacts for a meet and greet session.

There were also the usual art and craft activities for the youngsters to get stuck in to which included creating and decorating their own animal-themed masks from paper plates.


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