Dear <Last Name> Family,
Welcome to SafariTimes issue 2 (July 2012)! In this weeks issue, we will be covering all the news and information that has occured in June and the early stages of July 2012. After the terrible weather outbreaks, and the unforchant loss of a soul in BItterley, Ludlow, we will like to take this time to say R.I.P to Mike Ellis, who sadly died during the flash floods in Shropshire in June. We wish his wife and family a full recovery, and hope you all overcome this sudden tradgey. We are very sorry for your loss.
Santa's stop at Safari for 2012!
The Santa Safari event at West Midland Safari Park will be making a return in the Christmas period (24th November-24th December) to make childrens dreams come true. The park is covered in christmas cheer, and everyone can find some family fun this Christmas at WMSP!
Sleeping shows stregth
A 3M snake at WMSP has just experienced a life changing operation from a tumor growing inside her. 'She was it lots of pain' said WMSP. They quickly acted fast, and got in contact with Spanish doctors to visit the UK and remove the growing tumor. Both doctors arrived in the UK, and sucsessfully removed the tumor, the snake is now recovering and is feeling much better.
Too much RAIN!
After the terrible outbreaks of rain in the UK's 'Summer', the park has been hit with extreme weather condictions. The park remaiend open, and contuined to serve all customers. They have a wide range of indoor attractions to keep everyone happy while the rain passes! So if it's raining, and your un sure if you should go or not, GO! Make the most of your day out, and most importantly, let the kids have a day!
Thank you for supporting Safari Sundown for the past 6 months!
We hope you have enjoyed reading Issue 02 of SafariTimes news round-up we are producing here at Safari Sundown! To the side, you can find news about the website/page.
R.I.P Mike Ellis