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WWT Slimbridge Wetland Centre

WWT Slimbridge Wetland Centre doubles group discount to 15%

From 1 April, visiting WWT Slimbridge Wetland Centre with your local group will be even better value.  We are doubling the discount offered to groups to 15%, making prices lower than in 2014.
 
WWT Slimbridge offer groups spectacular days out, 364 days a year.  There is something for everyone from close encounters with the world’s most dramatic and rare birds, mammals and amphibians, to boat and Land Rover Safaris, breathtaking views of nature’s greatest spectacles, interactive displays and a full programme of events and activities.  We have stunning views, accessible surroundings, a cafe serving delicious home cooked food and a well-stocked gift shop.
 
WWT Slimbridge’s Marketing Manager, Sally Munro said:
“Here at Slimbridge we provide unforgettable experiences for groups.  We want to make sure that as many groups as possible can get close to fantastic wildlife by making our group discount as low as possible.  We are aiming to make 2015 our year for groups.”
 
WWT Slimbridge Wetland Centre has a range of benefits for groups of 12 or more including:

  • New for 2015 – 15% discount on group admission
  • Free pre-visit and on-the-day entry for the group organiser
  • Free coach parking
  • Free entry and refreshments for the driver
  • Special  group catering packages
  • Tailored pre-bookable activities and tours
  • A welcome pack on arrival

 
Visit wwt.org.uk/slimbridge or call 01453 891223 for further information about group visits to Slimbridge Wetland Centre.
 
Every penny spent on a group visit contributes to WWTs vital conservation work in England and all around the world. This means that by your group having a great time at Slimbridge, they’re also supporting conservation.


Explore Gloucestershire
16 March 2015


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