Leigh and Claire's Folly Farm Fortune
To celebrate the launch of Folly Farm’s brand new Asian Adventure, Leigh and Claire on breakfast have family passes up for grabs
All you have to do is play our ‘Folly Farm Fortune’ from July 28th to August 2nd for your chance to win!
We'll have our promo crew out and about across South West Wales, and everyday we'll have ONE lucky winning fortune cookie - you just have to find it!
Keep listening to Leigh and Claire to find out where the crew will be daily and you could be stepping into Asia, meeting the Red Pandas, Asian wild dogs and Asian leopard Cats!
PLUS you've a chance to win below.
Zoo, Barn, Fairground, Play – pick your own adventure at Folly Farm.
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Simply enter your details below for your chance to win a family pass to Folly Farm
Leigh and Claire's Folly Farm FortuneCompetition terms and condition can be found here
Folly Farm's Asian adventure
Step into Asia with our brand new enclosure opening this Summer.
Begin your Asian adventure by stepping into a whole zone themed around the Orient opening on 20 July 2019. On our raised walkway you’ll be eye-level with our adorable breeding pair of red pandas – Lotus and Baika. They’ve really got the ahhh-factor and you’ll love seeing them climb trees and curl up in their raised houses.
Our Asian wild dogs bring a splash of colour to Asia as they play, dig and scamper about their enclosure. Our leopard cats, Ping and Pong, will delight you with their playful nature and we’ve also got white-naped cranes, pelicans and mandarin ducks to complete the animal exhibits.
We know the kids like to let off a bit of steam, so we’ve included an adventure play area in this zone. Elephant Forest is themed around the serious conservation issue of logging and the destruction of habitats. Little ones will enjoy scaling our elephant and sliding down its back!
Helping red pandas
We’re lucky to have a breeding pair of red pandas under a European endangered species breeding programme (EEP). The global red panda population has declined by 50% over the last 20 years and it’s now thought there might be as few as 2,500 left in the wild. Hopefully, our red pandas will breed once they’ve settled into their new enclosure but our conservation efforts don’t stop there as we’ve also sponsored our very own Forest Guardian in Nepal. Menuka Bhattarai is employed by our conservation partner Red Panda Network to monitor and protect red pandas in their native habitat.
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