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Bluey will be making personal appearances with her sister Bingo, at intervals throughout the day from 20 to 24 February.

Fans will be able to take part in either a ‘Meet and Greet’ or ‘Bluey’s Toybox Activity’, at selected times in Treetops Pavilion - the Park’s onsite marquee.

PR & Events Officer, Bethan Davis, said, We’re really excited to have Bluey and Bingo here with us for five days this half term. Bluey is a favourite for both children and parents, due to its focus on family life, fun and games, plus its witty sense of humour.

“Bluey and Bingo will be making five appearances throughout the day, including three ‘meet and greets’, where families have the opportunity to take photos. There will also be two ‘Bluey’s Toybox Activities’ which will feature games from the show for everyone to join in with and a chance to high-five the sisters at the end.

Entrance to see Bluey and Bingo is subject to availability and guests will be admitted to Treetops Pavilion on a first-come, first-served basis, where they can also purchase refreshments while waiting.

As well as the opportunity to see Bluey this half term, the Park will be opening daily again for its summer season, including the Adventure Theme Park.

Bluey appearances, the four-mile safari, walk-through exhibits, animal talks and encounters, are all included in the admission charge starting from £23.00 for adults and children aged 3-15 and further discount for concessions, when booked online. Children under the age of three are free. Adventure Theme Park rides are charged extra.

Admission includes a Free Return to visit again in six months, only when booking online in advance, without a Tesco voucher.

Further information about West Midland Safari Park is available from the Park’s website or by telephone 01299 402114. Find out more on the Safari Park’s official Facebook page: