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HALF-TERM HITS: Monkey business
4:00pm Wednesday 30th October 2013 in News
ADULTS and children who get in the spooky spirit will get free entry to Monkey World.
The Ape Rescue Centre, near Bovington, is offering free entry on October 31 for those in full Halloween fancy dress costume.
There will be a competition for the best adult, aged 16 and over, and child costumes, judged by animal director Jeremy Keeling and education officer Mike Colbourne.
This will take place at 3pm with prizes for the winners.
Visitors of all ages will have the opportunity to take part in enrichment-making for the primates throughout the day from 10am to 2.30pm at the park.
A spokesman for Monkey World said: “We would be grateful if you could bring your own plastic bottles and/or socks for this activity.
“They need to be washed and dried, and please don't forget the bottle tops.
“Each day at around 4pm the filled bottles and socks will be given to the chimpanzees, along with their evening meal, so you can see them get their tasty treats.”
For more information on events happening this week visit monkeyworld.org
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