Newquay Zoo's Festival of Lights
Written by: Michelle Turton
Submitted: 12th December 2007
Due to the cancellation last Sunday because of the bad weather, Newquay Zoo's Festival of Lights will be turned on at 5pm on Sunday 16th December by Cyberstein the 8 foot robot.
Titan the robot
Titan Meets the Crowds at the Zoo
BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND Cyberstein Robot ill turn on the Christmas Lights at Newquay Zoo. Lorraine Reid Event organiser comments "It is a week later than planned but we are really looking forward it. It is a great opportunity to see the zoo grounds flood-lit with icicle lights, animal shapes, lit walkways and decorated trees and it really creates a fun magical atmosphere. Cyberstien is fantastic as he sings and talks to the crowd while moving among them. It really is quite a sight. It will be free entry from 3pm onwards and the doors close at 5pm and the zoo closes at 6pm. It promises to be a fun afternoon."
Join in the hymns and carols with Reverend Peter Long, the staff and the Newquay Male Voice Choir at 3:30pm for the annual Carol Service. Enjoy animal encounters and soak up the Christmas atmosphere. Santa will be at the zoo from noon until 5pm with special gifts available from £2.50. There will be a retiring collection with all the money raised going towards the zoo's overseas conservation projects.