Mums go free to Longleat safari park with a full paying child 17th & 18th March
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Mums go free to Longleat safari park with a full paying child 17th & 18th March

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Found 15th Mar 2012
Ok, its not going to be great weather but its a great day out. enter code MUM12 at te payments page online.
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I actually found Longleat to be quite disappointing, far fewer animals than I thought would be there...house was nice though!
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It's MOTHER's DAY Weekend - I'm sure they'll do something similar for Father's Day...

Great deal
Went few years ago and thought Longleat was fab. Think twice before taking your car through the monkeys tho if it is your pride and joy!
shell72

Went few years ago and thought Longleat was fab. Think twice before … Went few years ago and thought Longleat was fab. Think twice before taking your car through the monkeys tho if it is your pride and joy!



Agree ... been there in last 2 years. 2 years ago relieved to discover that monkeys were in quarantine so you couldn't drive through but last year monkey jungle was open again and no way my children would allow me to bypass it! Fortunately we survived unscathed (in fact one monkey sat on our bonnet and did a very useful job of cleaning out all the leaves that accumulate around the windscreen wiper motors!) however saw a couple of cars in front of us taking major damage - one had its rear window wash nozzle chewed off and another had all the plastic trim down the side of the roof removed! Also, as you drive round slowly in a queue of traffic if the monkeys decide to single out your car for "special attention" then you've got several minutes to watch bits get pulled off/destroyed/mangled/whatever before you can get to "safety".
deshepherd

Agree ... been there in last 2 years. 2 years ago relieved to discover … Agree ... been there in last 2 years. 2 years ago relieved to discover that monkeys were in quarantine so you couldn't drive through but last year monkey jungle was open again and no way my children would allow me to bypass it! Fortunately we survived unscathed (in fact one monkey sat on our bonnet and did a very useful job of cleaning out all the leaves that accumulate around the windscreen wiper motors!) however saw a couple of cars in front of us taking major damage - one had its rear window wash nozzle chewed off and another had all the plastic trim down the side of the roof removed! Also, as you drive round slowly in a queue of traffic if the monkeys decide to single out your car for "special attention" then you've got several minutes to watch bits get pulled off/destroyed/mangled/whatever before you can get to "safety".


Lol, mind you it is hillarious watching them on someone else's car eh! ha ha X)
Edited by: "shell72" 15th Mar 2012
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