Comic Relief at safari park

By Chris Willmott Thursday 07 March 2013 Updated: 07/03 13:16

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Buy photos » Amy Sewell and her accomplice - Callum the Californian Sea Lion are hoping to raise as much money as possible for Comic Relief.

STAFF at West Midland Safari Park love nothing more than mixing business with pleasure and the perfect opportunity came this week in the form of Comic Relief.

As seasoned fundraisers, planning how to do something funny for money was all part of the job for the team that

work in the Park's Discovery Trail.

The silliness will be created at the Park's Sea Lion Theatre where Keeper, Amy Sewell and her accomplice - Callum the Californian Sea Lion - will be trying every trick in the book to relieve visitors of a few extra pennies for their bucket collection.

Meanwhile, other staff will be waiting in the wings to offer painted red noses to those visitors that are happy to join in with the fun and sport the accessory for the rest of the day.

The Red Nose Day promotion at West Midland Safari Park will run during Sea Lion Shows from March 11 ot 15.

Admission prices of £16.99 for adults and £12.9 for children also include a free return ticket.

Further information is available from the Park's official website: www.wmsp.co.uk.

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