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Go Nuts at Monkey World this Jubilee Weekend!

This Jubilee bank holiday, help the rescued and endangered monkeys and apes at Monkey World in Dorset by donating a bag of unopened nuts.

Every child who brings an unopened bag of nuts for the primates receives a free Monkey World badge over the bank holiday weekend.

The nuts can be either shelled or unshelled but preferably unsalted.

There’s plenty to do at the park this half term, with the launch of the Monkey World Summer Challenge. For just £2.50, kids can sign up to the challenge, which runs until October. Each challenger will receive a beautiful card to fill with stickers, and a Monkey World pencil. There are a huge list of fun challenges and activities to complete at the park, and those who manage to complete 5 over the summer period will receive a certificate and be entered into a prize draw.

Monkey World has over 260 rescued and endangered monkeys and apes and three play areas to enjoy on a family day out.

Main image credit: Monkey World

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