Beloved children's character Bluey will be entertaining visitors at West Midland Safari Park during the February half term, it has been announced.

The popular animated dog will be making personal appearances with her sister Bingo from Monday, 12 to Friday, February 16 at the park, in Bewdley.

Fans will get to participate in ticketed 'Meet and Greet' sessions in the Safari Academy, in the park's pedestrianised area.



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PR and events officer, Bethan Davis, said: "We're really excited that Bluey and Bingo are returning for five days this half term.

"Bluey is a favourite for both children and parents and it's great that we can allow guests to meet the characters, included as part of their day out.

“Bluey and Bingo will be making five appearances throughout the day for ‘meet and greets’, where families will have the opportunity to interact and take photos."

She added: "Due to this event being so popular last year, we have introduced a ticketing system, so guests can guarantee meeting Bluey and Bingo.”

In addition to meeting Bluey, visitors can enjoy the park's summer season activities, including the Adventure Theme Park.

They'll also have the chance to see the newest arrivals at the park, including pygmy marmosets and other new-born animals.

Admission to the park covers all attractions, and fans can book online in advance for the best prices and availability.