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Win Tickets to the BIG Summer Send-Off at Bristol Zoo Gardens

The fifth oldest zoo in the world, Bristol Zoo Gardens, is set to close on 3rd September before the new zoo is created at the charity’s Wild Place Project site. Throughout that period, Wild Place Project will continue to welcome visitors as usual.

Every week 25 per cent of their visitors come from over the bridge to enjoy Bristol Zoo Gardens and meet the animals. They have welcomed a staggering 22.5 million visitors from Wales over its 186 year history.

A giant gorilla sculpture has been unveiled as part of the closing celebrations, ‘Wilder' the gorilla has appeared on the main lawn of Bristol Zoo Gardens as part of its Big Summer Send-Off. The specially commissioned wooden sculpture is more than seven metres, 23ft, tall.

With so many memories created over the years for Welsh visitors we've teamed up with Bristol Zoo Gardens to offer our readers the chance to win a free family ticket to visit the zoo one last time.


We have two pairs of fabulous family tickets plus tickets for the fun theatre show, ‘Into The Wild’, up for grabs.

To be in with a chance of winning, answer this question:

What is the name of the giant gorilla sculpture that’s moved into Bristol Zoo Gardens for the BIG Summer Send-Off?

Please send your answer along with your full name, address, daytime telephone number and email address to: Enter before noon on 15th August. Winners will be notified on 16th August.

T&Cs: A family ticket gives admission to two adults and three children, plus five tickets for a 4pm performance of ‘Into The Wild’. Tickets must be used before Friday 2 September 2022. Entrants must be over the age of 18. Children’s tickets are for visitors aged two to 14. Children aged under two, and carers, have free entry to Bristol Zoo Gardens. The judges’ decision is final, and no cash alternative is provided. Good luck!


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