Fright Night 2019 at Wingham Wildlife Park – Thursday 31st October
Our biggest fund raising event of the year is back! On 31st October 2019 the park will close early (at 16:00), allowing us to open again between 18:00 and 21:00 for a spooky family night out.
As per last year we will be limiting numbers of people through the scarier sections in to smaller groups. We hope that for the younger visitors this way they can stay away from the scary areas, whilst the older visitors will be able to benefit more from the less cramped scare zone (please note that this is a family event so please don’t expect extreme horror at this event!).
As always there will be food and drink (strictly no alcohol is allowed on site during this event and will be confiscated) available as well as games for the kids in the education center! Please note that this year there will be no hands on animal encounters.
Finally we have a slightly different kind of performer in the performance area by the penguin green but I think Johnny S is going to be quite spectacular so you do not want to miss him! We’re bringing this one man stunt show to the event this year to keep adults and children alike on the edge of your proverbial seats!
He holds numerous Guinness world records including:
– The most apples chainsawed out of his own mouth in one minute
– The most apples chainsawed out of someone else’s mouth in one minute
– The most melons chopped on someone’s stomach while they lay on a bed of nails
– The heaviest weight lifted with ear piercings
– The heaviest weight pulled with ear piercings
– The most animal traps released on the body in one minute
– The fastest time to break 16 concrete blocks on someone’s stomach with a sledgehammer
– The most swords swallowed in 3 minutes
– The most eggs split with a bullwhip in one minute
– The most newspapers split with a bullwhip in 30 seconds
I absolutely cannot wait!
Tickets for this event are £8 per person on the door or £7 per person if purchased in advance on our website, with all proceeds going towards our joint project with Emory University and the Population Sustainability Network on the outskirts of Bwindi Impenetrable Forest – supporting local communities and chimpanzees alike!
Wingham Wildlife Park
Rusham Road, CT3 1JL Wingham, Kent