Campaign continues against zoo

A CAMPAIGN group has vowed to hold regular protests outside Noah's Ark Zoo Farm throughout its open season.

A CAMPAIGN group has vowed to hold regular protests outside Noah's Ark Zoo Farm throughout its open season.

On Saturday, when the Wraxall attraction opened its gates to visitors for the first time this year, members of Bristol Animal Rights Collective held a demonstration outside.

This follows an investigation carried out last year that led to allegations that Noah's Ark was breeding tigers for a circus and that a tiger had been incorrectly buried after she died at the site.

Despite Noah's Ark consistently refuting the claims, campaigners have said they will carry on their efforts against the attraction.

They will hold demonstrations and also set up information stalls to tell the public their views about the zoo.