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Wilton welcomes cuddly pet farm

Wednesday, 20th June, 2018 4:52pm

The animals are coming to town this weekend!

Wilton Shopping Centre carpark is set to become a pet farm for the day and Rumley's Pet Farm will be there to entertain young audiences with an array of animals including rabbits, guinea pigs, puppies, donkeys, pigs and goats from 12-5pm on Saturday 23 June.

An open pet farm will be taking over the car park and there will be a visual display for people to come and look and handle the animals and have their pictures taken with them.

Children will get the opportunity to feed and hold animals – both cuddly and large!

The ethos of the farm is as much about learning as it is fun, so everyone who attends is guaranteed to have a great day out.

The open pet farm is free on the day to shoppers and any donations will be going to the Cork City Hospitals Children's Club, which Wilton Shopping Centre has been associated with for a number of years.

Rumley's Pet Farm carry public liability and have their animals vet checked regularly.

Their reps are also trained in the childcare sector and there is a qualified special needs assistant on hand for these events.

Susanne Irwin, Manager of Wilton Shopping Centre said: “We are so excited to be welcoming Rumley's Pet Farm to Wilton Shopping Centre.

“We want to thank all our shoppers for their support with our open Pet Farm on Saturday 23 June. We are really looking forward all the laughter, fun and excitement.”

For further information call the customer service desk on 021-4546944 or email customerservice@wiltonshoppingcentre.ie.

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