Sorry, I was replying to Crowthorne's reply but forgot to quote it. That's my point.
And prior to the days of entry fees introduced by Margaret Thatchers government, museums were free.
That doesn't detract from the fact that the decision makers favour the things that will benefit themselves the most.
£1.57 billion for arts venues. Seems the government are looking after the middle classes.
Arts venues get £1.57bn government lifeline
I just visited their website and it was fine, perhaps it was a temporary glitch.
Regarding the mixed weather we are having, when I visited Dudley I was given a free return ticket as it was raining, more than generous I thought.
They certainly have more than two peccary, I photographed five together last week and I'd say there were probably more than that.
No but I imagine they've been doing a lot of praying lately.
I visited today, they were well organised and there was plenty of space to distance from other people.
The only changes seem to be the appearance...
Considering corona-virus may continue to be an issue for a while, I wonder if zoo branded face masks might be a popular souvenir.
The snow leopards have an extended enclosure, sulcata tortoises have a new enclosure on the left just past the flamingos, not sure if the owl...
Castle Creatures, the reptile house, lemur walk-through, lorikeets and indoor chimp viewing are all shut.
Dudley zoo have a one way system, you can do most of the circuit as often as you like but once you head down to the chimps you pass the point of...
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