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What is Sam’s Safaris?          

One of the Sam’s Safari team will bring their animals to your home, party venue, school, event or even play group and provide the children with a fun and interactive session.

Sam Safaris was set up by Helen Wild in 2002 and based in Pollington, nr Goole they have a wide selection of rare and exotic insects, mammals, reptiles, molluscs and amphibians from around the world.

What age is it suitable for?

Parties are appropriate from age 3+. You’ll be amazed how the team can hold the attention of really young children.

School talks and events are suitable for all primary school aged kids and are curriculum based.

How much does it cost?

£120 for a 2 hour party for up to 20 kids. (Includes a 30 minute break for food, food not included).

£150 – 30 kids.

Contact one of the team for the costs for full or half day sessions in schools.

East Riding Mums discount

10% off party bookings. Request your ERM card here for this and other great deals.

How can I get in touch?        

Visit Sam Safari website

T: 01405 861175. M: 07890 101830 E: samsafaris@hotmail.co.uk

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VILLAGE HALL OR KITCHEN FLOOR… The team can work around you and your venue or home. Just call them for an informal chat.

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PRICKLY, SLIPPERY OR SOFT…. The kids get to touch or hold the animals, depending on what they are comfortable with.

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Time for some food (not included!)…. and the team will bring along an animal craft to finish off!

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East Riding Mums booked Sam’s Safari for a 3rd birthday party in 2014 and we were impressed. The children had a fantastic time, all parents were in awe of Izzy who kept 15 two and three year olds seated and enthralled for over an hour! Sam’s Safari has also visited our local playgroup for a special one off event, which followed a ‘story-time’ format, and worked even with even the youngest of children.

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