Saturday Morning Activity Group for 8 – 12 year olds!
Conservation Club is based around all things animals, wildlife and the environment and runs every Saturday morning for 5-6 weeks!
As well as fun and engaging activities, children are provided with more of an understanding of why animals are endangered and how we can all help to protect them. Every week will focus on a native species and the conservation that we can do to help our wildlife in the UK.
*Conservation Club Activities Include – Making Animal Enrichment; Cleaning Animal Enclosures; Exploring the Nature Reserve and Twycross Zoo. All activities are led by our experienced Discovery and Learning Team.
More about Conservation Club
- Ages: 8 – 12 year olds
- Cost: £37 for full 5-6 weeks, £28 for Twycross Zoo Members
- Drop off: 10.30am at Costa in Himalaya (Entrance to the Zoo)
- Pick up: 12.30pm at Costa in Himalaya (Entrance to the Zoo)
- Booking: Conservation Club must be booked in advance and for the 6 weeks in full; unfortunately you can’t book individual days and we are unable to accommodate walk-ins
Conservation Club 2019 Dates
April – May
27th April, 4th, 11th, 18th, 25th May 2019
June – July
8th, 15th, 22nd, 29th June, 6th, 13th July 2019
September – October
7th, 14th, 21st, 28th September, 5th, 12th October 2019
November – December
2nd, 9th, 16th, 23rd, 30th November, 7th December 2019
*Please note – Places are limited so we advise booking as early as possible. Activities are subject to change
Conservation Club Morning Schedule*
Conservation Club – Saturday Mornings – 8 – 12 year olds
All things animals, wildlife and the environment!
Each Saturday morning is filled with fun and engaging activities for children aged 8 – 12 years old. We encourage children to learn about the animals that live at Twycross Zoo, and demonstrate the role that zoos play in saving endangered species.
Children will experience an array of practical activities, but they could include the following: cleaning out an enclosure, making enrichment for the animals and trails around the zoo. Please note Twycross Zoo is at the forefront of animal welfare as we encourage our animals to behave as naturally as possible, meaning that we will not have physical contact with our animal residents during conservation club.