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Glastonbury to 'move to Longleat estate' after 46 years at Worthy Farm

Glastonbury is set to move from its home at Worthy Farm 20 miles up the road to Longleat Safari Park.

Talks have been underway for a while about moving the famous festival, but it appears they’ve decided on a destination. 488 more words

Music

Festival of Lights at Longleat

I have visited Longleat house and Safari park a handful of times.

Mostly as a child, in awe of all the exotic animals and getting much amusement from the monkeys that climb all over your car, taking momentos with them. 197 more words

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Penguin chicks hatch at Longleat

Longleat Safari Park is celebrating the arrival of three Humboldt penguin chicks – a first for the Wiltshire attraction.

The trio, which were born earlier this month, are doing well and keepers at are confident more will start hatching out over the coming weeks. 257 more words

Birth/Hatching

Travel: Woolley Grange Hotel Review, Wiltshire

Woolley Grange Hotel Main House. All Photos Copyright of NHYM 2015.

Woolley Grange Hotel 

Woolley Green

Bradford-On-Avon

Wiltshire BA15 1TX

Tel. 01225864705

http://www.woolleygrangehotel.co.uk

OVERALL RATING: 4 stars… 1,138 more words

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Longleat Safari Park Part 4: Longleat House

Longleat began life as the site of an Augustinian Priory and was purchased by the Duke of Somerset John Thynne in 1541. It has undergone many changes since then and has also served as a relief hospital during the First World War and during the Second was also the site of an American Hospital and an RAF depot. 255 more words

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Longleat Safari Park Part 3: Dinosaurs

During my visit to Longleat Safari Park as well as the normal animal species you would expect to find, there was also a display of animatronic dinosaurs as part of the Park’s Dinosaurs Alive exhibition. 51 more words

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Το πρώτο κόκκινο πάντα στο Longleat Safari Park

Με γεννητούρια θα σας καληνυχτίσω!!!!!

Ο πατέρας του ο Ajenda, που σημαίνει βασιλιάς του βουνού, ήρθε στο Longleat Safari Park στο Wiltshire από τη Γερμανία το 2012.

Οι φύλακες εξέδωσαν  έκκληση για να βρεθεί και η μητέρα και βρέθηκε η Rufina, που σημαίνει «κόκκινα μαλλιά» Ιταλίδα στην καταγωγή, μόλις ένα χρόνο αργότερα.

Το νεογνό, το οποίο δεν έχει ακόμη όνομα, σηματοδοτεί την πρώτη επιτυχία της αναπαραγωγής των κόκκινων πάντα, που τελούν υπό εξαφάνιση!!!

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