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Reduced price tickets to Paradise Wildlife Park

Paradise Wildlife Park have kindly offered all our members special rates of £8 per person.

Entry prices have been heavily reduced for us and are not limited to just one visit so you can enjoy the full variety of this wonderful park time and time again at a family friendly price.

For details of how to get the reduced rates please contact Paul for details.

Paradise Wildlife Park is home to over 400 animals, which include small mammals, paddock and farmyard animals, birds, primates, reptiles and big cats. They house Tigers, Tawny Lions, Jaguars, Snow Leopards, Ocelot, Lynx, Clouded Leopard, African Leopard and the rare White Lions.

As well as the zoo, the venue has an outdoor paradise lagoon for paddling and cooling off, Jungle indoor soft play area, 3 outdoor adventure parks, woodland railway, animal displays, safari adventure golf, and ‘The special place’  a dedicated playground designed for children with special needs.

Visit the Paradise Wildlife park website to see the full extent of the park.

More News & Media

Considering recent developments and guidelines provided by the Government, to protect our Members we have decided to suspend the charities programme for the time being.

DSE21 are pleased to hear about a group that has recently started in the Colchester area for families with young children.

On the 6th April 2019 DSE21 held an bike riding session at Just Ride Southend. Just Ride are a charity who specialise in inclusive bike riding using a running track to give people with disabilities the opportunity to experience bike riding in a safe and secure environment.

Event Video

A big thank you to Ruby Tibbs and her friends Maisie Harrison and Katie Johnson who ran a second hand handbag stall at the Rise Park fun day to celebrate its 80th anniversary.