Noah's Ark wins 2 tourism awards!
Noah’s Ark Zoo Farm has won two prestigious awards at the South West Tourism Awards.
The Awards presentation took place at The Eden Project, Cornwall, on Thursday 23rd March, celebrating the best tourism and hospitality businesses in the South West of England.
Noah’s Ark Zoo Farm was presented the Gold award for Accessible and Inclusive Tourism Business and Bronze award for Large Visitor Attraction of the year at the ceremony. With tough competition from WWT Slimbridge, Farmer Palmers, The Roman Baths and Stonehenge!
“We are extremely proud that these awards recognise the work of our zoo to become as accessible and inclusive as possible. It is fantastic recognition of our team’s continued hard work and dedication. We will continue to follow our visitor’s feedback to improve the overall experience for every guest here at Noah’s Ark Zoo Farm” Rhian Gunstone, Brand and Engagement manager.
Noah’s Ark has worked hard over the past 5 years to become as accessible and inclusive as possible, acting on visitor feedback to provide enhanced facilities to support everyone’s visit. This work has is supported by the Zoo’s ‘Ark for All’ project which aims to improve accessibility and promote wellbeing. The Zoo has worked with Bristol’s Mobility Centre to provide mobility scooters to visitors as well as introducing training for staff on Dementia, Autism, Mental Health and more.