Help with conservation efforts – Safari Zoo Run

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RUN THE WILD SIDE AND HELP WITH CONSERVATION EFFORTS – JOIN THE SAFARI ZOO RUN 2016

Happening on Saturday, 27th and Sunday, 28th February 2016 is your chance to run on the wild side and help with conservation efforts.

Find out more and sign up yourself and your running buddies NOW.

Safari Zoo Run was conceived to commemorate Singapore Zoo’s famous matriarch and one of Singapore’s most loved animal personalities – Ah Meng – the Sumatran orang utan, who died of old age in February 2008. Ah Meng was a much loved resident at the Singapore Zoo with families and visitors making multiple visits to see this beloved orang utan.

As with previous years, the objectives of Safari Zoo Run 2016 are to raise awareness on wildlife conservation. A portion of the proceeds from this year’s race will go towards aiding the conservation efforts of Singapore Zoo and Wildlife Reserves Singapore.

This year, the Safari Zoo Run is hoping to welcome 16,000 runners over the two day event.

Race Details:-

WHEN – Saturday, 27th February 2016 and Sunday, 28th February 2016

TIME – 7.30 am to 11am

WHERE – Singapore Zoo

More info can be found HERE and sign up HERE

Check out the Safari Zoo Run Singapore Facebook page for more info too.

There’s still time to get those EARLY BIRD tickets to Safari Zoo Run (until 27th December 2015)

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EARLY BIRD rates are available now until 27th December 2015

Regular priced sign up rates are open from 28th December 2015 to 31st January 2016

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Clare Victoria...British born and a Yorkshire girl through and through, Clare left the familiarity of home many moons ago. Having lived, worked and experienced the highs and lows of being a foreigner in both France and Singapore, Clare has grown into a truly international lady. Her passion is writing about anything that will interest, enlighten and offer inspiration to her readers.

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