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Paradise Wildlife Park – Broxbourne

If you are looking for a fun day out with the kids this summer or any other time then head up to the Paradise Wildlife Park which is in Broxbourne. Its easy to get to from London Liverpool Street Station (30min). 

The good thing when you arrive at Broxbourne station is that the Wildlife park provide their own minibus to the park for £3 return.

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The latest Hertfordshire chamber of commerce meeting was at the wildlife park. The excellent main talk was by Andy Lopata about “its who knows you” not who you know when networking.

I had only been to a few times in the past to Broxbourne but never knew there was a Wildlife park there. After the networking meeting we could wander through the park and was shown how they train the jaguars.

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Some of the exotic birds at the park include some Lovebirds native to Africa.

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There are the big cats which includes the tigers, leopards, lions. It was quite a hot day so most of them were snoozing and who could blame them.

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My favourite meerkats were cute and up to know good as usual.

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If you want to see more photographs you can click the link to my Flickr page below. Thanks for reading and viewing.

httpss://www.pwpark.com/ Paradise Wildlife park

httpss://www.flickr.com/photos/alalchan/sets/72157656755127815 More photos

https://www.hertschamber.com/ Chamber of Commerce

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