Mums go FREE at Knowsley Safari Park on Mothers Day - Sunday 15th March 2015
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Mums go FREE at Knowsley Safari Park on Mothers Day - Sunday 15th March 2015

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Found 5th Mar 2015
It couldn't be more simple; visit the Safari Park on Sunday 15th of March 2015 and mum enters for FREE. No need for a voucher or discount code, just turn up and have a great day! One mum with one full paying child.

TERMS AND CONDITIONS APPLY, PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING;
1 The offer entitles one mum free entry on the 15th of March 2015 with one full paying child
2 This offer cannot be used with a family ticket.
3 Not to be used in conjunction with any other offer
4 The offer is limited to one per car
5 Not exchangeable for cash and non-refundable
6 No Reissue or reimbursement
7 Offer can only be used once
8 We will not be liable to you for any loss and/or damages of any kind suffered in connection with your purchase, redemption and/or use of the offer.
9 We reserve the at our absolute discretion to vary, delete or add to any of these Terms and Conditions and or substitute/replace the offer with another product or programme of equivalent value from time to time or cancel this promotion without any prior notice.
10 Not valid beyond use by date.
11 By redeeming the offer, you agree to be bound by these Terms and Conditions
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mums the word
Edited by: "SLOAMAN" 6th Mar 2015
Shame its so far way, Cant do a day visit to Merseyside. Great for those who are local.
They do this at longleat too for anyone interested.
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Im not a mum. I find this deal revolting in the extreme. Elitist nonsense. Cold like my hands oops, youve got me. Im a man.
I bet they don't do it for father's day
They do do it at Father's Day, loads of places do
ian18

I bet they don't do it for father's day


I'd rather be a father and not receive any benefits than be a mother who has to endure 9 months of labour and then the pain of child birth, not to mention the physical and emotional changes. I'm a father myself and I'm not bothered about father's day as it's another commercial money spinner, but women provide the gateway to bringing life into the world so I'm happy to celebrate Mother's Day. Yes, some people would say it's a commercial spinner too but you don't have to go mad just to show a little appreciation to mums. The ironic thing about Mother's Day though is the woman that 'invented' it spent her whole life trying to prevent Mother's Day from becoming so commercial and subsequently died in poverty.
do they do a mother in law day, ( drop her off at the lion enclosure, im sure she will love it) lol
MisterMadHatter

I'd rather be a father and not receive any benefits than be a mother who … I'd rather be a father and not receive any benefits than be a mother who has to endure 9 months of labour and then the pain of child birth, not to mention the physical and emotional changes. I'm a father myself and I'm not bothered about father's day as it's another commercial money spinner, but women provide the gateway to bringing life into the world so I'm happy to celebrate Mother's Day. Yes, some people would say it's a commercial spinner too but you don't have to go mad just to show a little appreciation to mums. The ironic thing about Mother's Day though is the woman that 'invented' it spent her whole life trying to prevent Mother's Day from becoming so commercial and subsequently died in poverty.



Women are not gateway of childbirth they are a side product. No matter if they want it or not children will be born.
Can I take my Mother in Law and leave her there ?
googley2

Shame its so far way, Cant do a day visit to Merseyside. Great for those … Shame its so far way, Cant do a day visit to Merseyside. Great for those who are local.



I, honestly, really feel for you. Such a shame.
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