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|Title:||042 Battle To Retain Crown Is On A Knife Edge!|
|Author:||Yorkshire Wildlife Park |
|ID & Publication:||20130811042 ~ The-Villager.co.uk |
HELP vote our outstanding local award winning Yorkshire Wildlife Park the county’s most magnificent attraction – for the second year running.
With the race to become Yorkshire's top rated attraction neck and neck polling has just been extended until September 8.
This year even the wallabies (see pic) are helping encourage support for YWP, which last year was outright winner after being runner up in 2011.
Cheryl Williams, Director of Yorkshire Wildlife Park, said:’We need every single vote this year as the voting is extremely close. It is neck and neck. We hope all our supporters will get behind us again and help us retain our crown.
‘We were honoured to win last year There are a lot of wonderful attractions in Yorkshire so the competition is always tough, but everyone at YWP would be ecstatic if we won again – please keep casting your votes!
‘We have had such support from visitors and I hope they will all vote us to be ‘Yorkshire’s Most Magnificent Attraction again. With competition so intense every single vote counts.
‘We work tirelessly for wildlife conservation and have just launched our own charity. By visiting us our visitors are supporting these aims – we hope that in return we give them a great day out and the opportunity to enter the world of some of the most beautiful and endangered animals in the world.’
YWP, Yorkshire's fastest growing and most innovative tourist attraction, is having another record breaking year.
Families are offered a fantastic day out at the park, which was recently awarded the Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence for the third year running.
Visitors enjoy the innovative walkthrough areas providing unrivalled access to some of the most amazing and endangered animals in the world.
Endangered Amur Tigers Vladimir and Sayan roam Land of The Tigers while its rarest inhabitants enjoy Leopards Heights, the world’s largest and most spectacular leopard enclosure.
Home to Amur Leopards, the most endangered big cat on the planet, it has a 8 meter viewing tower and 10 meter glass window.
Every year YWP, which prides itself on conservation, improves the visitor experience.
This Summer, visitors can for the first time enjoy the new £1.2m Monkey Play House and Café with its three levels of play equipment including climbing frames, dens slides and rope bridges – in full view of the new baboon reserve.
They can also see YWP’s latest arrivals - the Giraffes in their state-of-art £350,000 enclosure and one of 24 Giant Anteaters in the UK.
Since opening in April 2009, the Park has welcomed over 1,000,000 visitors whilst delivering a significant boost to tourism and local business. Over £2m has been spent with local suppliers in the last year.
Vote for Yorkshire Wildlife Park now at: www.yorkshireattractions.org/vote/
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