A ZOOLOGICAL Bird Park in the Staffordshire Moorlands has announced that it is offering 99p admission throughout the winter.
Last year the park was closed for three months due to severe flooding throughout December, January and February, and also closed throughout the entire Easter period this year after being hit with 12 feet of snow.
This winter it hopes to encourage local people to support the park, which is a registered charity, by visiting for just 99p to meet the penguins, meerkats, lemurs, the reptiles and even walk the new goats with the keepers.
The 99p admission starts on December 1 and runs throughout December and January excluding December 23, 24, 25, 26, 31 and January 1.
See the penguins fed each day at 3pm and the meerkats at 3.30pm.
The tearoom will only be open at the weekends, but refreshments are available during the week from the gift shop.
Trustee Mark Rubery said: "We hope that local people will come and support us throughout the winter with this offer and also come and see the new projects in progress now, which will be ready for spring 2014, and visit our new Events Centre, Education Centre and the new reptile house"
The park has also launched a new Education programme for 2014.
For more information please email email@example.com. Check out the website for more information www.blackbrookzoo.com or call 01538 308880