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Support tiger conservation at Drayton Manor this Sunday

Sunday 29th July is International Tiger Day and to celebrate Drayton Manor Park will be hosting a number of tiger related activities to help raise vital funds for the WildCats Conservation Alliance.

The Staffordshire based animal park raised £2,550.00 for WildCats last year, whose mission is to save wild tigers for future generations by funding carefully chosen conservation projects.

On Sunday, visitors can get involved in a whole day of tiger themed activities, with Drayton Manor hoping to beat last year’s fundraising total. Face painting, a Tiger Trail and tiger themed games, talks and enrichment will all be on offer throughout the day.

In addition, the Drayton Manor team will also be completing a 400-mile bike ride on Saturday 28th and Sunday 29th July to highlight the number of Sumatran Tigers left in the wild.

Drayton Manor is home to two critically endangered Sumatran Tigers, Dua and Dora, who visitors are most likely to see in the morning, so arrive early and catch a glimpse before the rides open.

To book tickets, or for more information about the park, visit or call 0844 472 1950.

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