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Exotic Pet Refuge will open its doors for the final time in 2019 on Sunday




A sanctuary for exotic animals and native wildlife will open its doors to visitors on Sunday, October 13.

The Exotic Pet Refuge at 102 Station Road, Deeping St James is home to more than 250 animals, including primates, cats, wolves, parrots, owls and reptiles.

Refreshments, a tombola, children’s entertainment and free parking will be available.

A helper at the Exotic Pet refuge with one of the animals
A helper at the Exotic Pet refuge with one of the animals

The Exotic Pet Refuge is only allowed to be open to the public for six days each year and this is the final public opening for 2019.

Open days run from 10am to 5pm. Entry costs £6 for adults and £3 for children.

Visit www.exoticpetrefuge.org.uk/open-days for more information.

Visitors look round the reptile room at the Exotic Pet Refuge
Visitors look round the reptile room at the Exotic Pet Refuge


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