Summer Holidays

Port Lympne Reserve Set for a Paw-some Summer With a Host of Kids’ TV Favourites

Port Lympne Hotel & Reserve is set for a summer of supercharged fun as a host of kids’ TV favourites will be heading to the park to meet and greet visitors.    

Much-loved characters from PAW Patrol, Bluey & Bingo and Hey Duggee will be making personal appearances at Kent’s largest wildlife park on selected dates in August, with the chance for little ones to meet their cartoon heroes.  

The 3rd, 17th and 31st August will see PAW Patrol’s very own Chase, Marshall, Rubble and Skye taking a break from their wild missions in Adventure Bay to make a special visit to Port Lympne. Fans can meet them at intervals throughout each day, with a special-edition trail to find PAW Patrol clues hidden around the park.

On 10th August, the park welcomes everyone’s favourite blue heeler pups Bluey and Bingo, whilst the 24th August sees Hey Duggee’s titular friendly brown dog bringing his quirky Squirrel Club antics to the park.

Characters will be available to meet young fans in the Port Lympne mansion gardens between 11:00am-3:00pm on Wednesdays in August.

The chance to meet your favourite characters is included in the cost of your ticket. With 600 acres to explore, the UK’s only authentic safari experience, hundreds of animals to see and beloved characters to meet, Port Lympne is a must-visit this summer. The team at the reserve are expecting the characters to be a popular attraction and recommend booking your tickets in advance to avoid disappointment.

www.portlympne.com

TV Character Appearances - Schedule:

WHAT: PAW Patrol – meet and greet
WHEN: 3rd, 17th and 31st August, 11:00am-3:00pm at intervals throughout the day
WHERE: Port Lympne mansion gardens

WHAT: Bluey and Bingo – meet and greet
WHEN: 10th August, 11:00am-3:00pm at intervals throughout the day
WHERE: Port Lympne mansion gardens

WHAT: Hey Duggee – meet and greet
WHEN: 24th August, 11:00am-3:00pm at intervals throughout the day
WHERE: Port Lympne mansion gardens

Howletts Wild Animal Park and Port Lympne Hotel & Reserve in Kent are some of the most successful breeders of captive endangered animals in the world. With unrivalled achievements in husbandry, the conservation charity boasts 146 gorilla births, 41 black rhino, 126 clouded leopards, 38 Javan gibbons, 172 Javan langur and 22 African elephants.