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Big Bang North West: A zoo & ride Flicka the horse with Reaseheath College!
June 26th 2017

Big Bang North West: A zoo & ride Flicka the horse with Reaseheath College!

They’re back! Reaseheath College are returning to The Big Bang North West with their magnificent (and sometimes mechanical) menagerie!

“Visit the Reaseheath stand to take part in a range of land based STEM activities; from meeting some of our zoo residents to riding Flicka, our mechanical horse, there’s lots of hands on, fun activities to try out – see you there!”

Reaseheath College is one of the UK’s leading land-based colleges based in Nantwich, Cheshire. They provide an exciting range of technical courses, from diploma to degree level, in a supportive and caring environment.

“Our campus zoo was the first in the UK to be granted a zoo license and houses over 250 different animal species. Our equine students have provided the arena party for the world’s most famous horse show, the Horse of the Year Show, for the last 6 years. We offer a range of high quality agricultural, food production, veterinary and animal based degree courses at our University Centre.”

The Big Bang North West: BOOK NOW for our 2017 event!

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