Win An 'Evening With The Swans' Experience & Overnight Stay With WWT Slimbridge
This winter, try something new and experience the amazing wetland wildlife at WWT Slimbridge Wetland Centre in Gloucestershire.
WWT conserve, restore and create wetlands, helping to save wetland wildlife and inspiring others to value what the wetlands can achieve for people and nature. From birdwatchers to families, there is plenty to discover all year round, and winter is a great time to visit, as Slimbridge becomes home to up to 30,000 wintering birds during the migration period.
Founder of WWT Sir Peter Scott resided at Slimbridge, and the centre has now opened his former home 'Scott House Museum' for visitors to enjoy and learn about his work and life. After hours, there is also the exclusive chance to see the famous Bewick’s swans and other wintering wildlife at the 'Evening with the Swans' event which is running on Friday and Saturday evenings from 29th November 2019 until 8th February 2020.
Your chance to win...
You and a companion could be enjoying a break to Gloucestershire as we have a day pass for two adults to be won to WWT Slimbridge Wetland Centre, complete with an overnight stay at the De Vere Tortworth Court.
During your time at WWT Slimbridge you will get to take a step back in time at the Scott House Museum, the place where Sir Peter Scott championed the cause of worldwide wildlife conservation, through growing the Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust (WWT) and set up the World Wildlife Fund (WWF). Little has changed in this home since the 1950s, and stepping through the door will lead you into a journey of finding out about Sir Peter Scott’s amazing life.
Then, you will be able to enjoy a floodlit commentated swan feed followed by a two-course meal in WWT Slimbridge's Kingfisher Kitchen before retiring to the De Vere Tortworth Court hotel for your overnight stay with breakfast the next morning.
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