In grandad mode this weekend, so fairly busy, couldn't give a toot for politics, have yet to scan the Sunday papers, pleasantly surprised yesterday by the quality and variety of Wingham Wildlife Park, having driven past many, many times thinking it's something to visit later and later rarely comes.
Still thankfully have one of our wonderful grand children staying for the weekend, so no excuse for sitting at home festering in front of laptop.
Spent around four hours and could have spent longer, although the car park was busy, inside the park, it didn't seem overly crowded, marvellous to sit and watch flamingoes, even better to watch our granddaughter enchanted by the meerkats.
Have to say that the park was has some great opportunities for children to have contact with animals and importantly for parents of young children hand cleaner is available at every location where they come into contact.
A great variety of animals to see, even butterflies in the tropical section marvellous, and if you cannot find anything to enjoy, at Wingham Wildlife Park I'd surprised. I now regret driving past so often. Below is some film of a butterfly.