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Tuesday, 22 April 2014

Calamity at Milford Zoo

The new Milford on Sea Zoo has suffered a major calamity before it has even opened.

MILFORD ZOO
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Following the February Valentine Night Storms, the council had been struggling to make a decision on the long-term future of the former beach huts on Milford on Sea seafront. Well, that was until district councillors came up with an ideal solution.

Putting their ideas into swift action, a recent NFDC planning meeting approved the proposal to create the long required Milford on Sea Zoo on the bases of the former Milford on Sea beach huts. The few remaining standing beach huts are going to be reformed into a row of Reptile Houses.

Fred Up, of the Milford on Sea Beach Hut Owners Association said: "As we can no longer enjoy the glorious sea view, we hope the animals appreciate it, particularly the one's from jungle or desert habitats."

Moving swiftly to catch the tourist season, the council erected the animal enclosures within a matter of days, with animals arriving at their new home during last week from zoo's across the UK. Everything was coming together nicely in ready for the grand opening on 30th April 2014.

Then, last Thursday evening, witnesses allege that they saw members of the Milford Animal Liberation Front releasing the animals that had arrived.
MILFORD ZOO
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Mr C Lyon, the new appointed Milford Zoo Keeper, commented; "Oh bum, this has not gone well."

All residents of the village are now asked to be vigilant, and to keep a sharp eye out for the animals now on the loose.

Please report any sighting of the Siberian Tiger, Indian Elephant, Giant Aardvark or the star attraction of the 'Push Me-Pull You' to Mr G. Raff at the Milford on Sea Parish Council Office.


2 comments:

  1. Wonderful humour - gave me a big smile. What a shame though that it still looks so unsightly for the summer months.

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  2. we are MALF. NO MORE SLAVERY OF ANIMALS!

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