We’re delighted to have been named Welsh Venue of the Year by Euan’s Guide, the disabled access charity, for the second year in a row.
The award recognises the commitment of businesses to making all its visitors feel welcome regardless of their abilities. So, it’s fantastic our Big Wheel and Land Train rides accommodating wheelchair users have been recognised alongside more traditional accessibility features such as our Changing Places facility which includes a disabled toilet, an adult sized changing table, a hoist, a privacy screen, space for a wheelchair user and up to two carers.
“Folly Farm has once again been named the Welsh Venue of the Year because of its commitment to making everyone feel welcome and ensuring all of their visitors have a great day out.” – Euan MacDonald, co-founder of Euan’s Guide
Our keeper Caroline Davies showing our Euan’s Guide award to the penguins!
“We’re delighted to be awarded ‘Welsh Venue of the Year’ by Euan’s Guide. We strive to ensure all our visitors have a wonderful experience with us and make a visit to our venue as inclusive as possible. It’s rewarding to know disabled people feel we offer an outstanding welcome for disabled visitors and voted for or venue.” – Emma Owen, PR Officer