Classic cars roar into Yorkshire Wildlife Park

Classic cars roar into Yorkshire Wildlife Park

A distinctive roar will sound out over the Yorkshire Wildlife Park this weekend as a fleet of sleek classic and new cars goes on display. The purring and growling sounds of finely-tuned engines will join the familiar animal calls for the unique event at the award-winning park.

The Alfa Romeo Owners Club (AROC) is holding its first major gathering of the year with models old and new on display at the park, at Branton, near Doncaster. Classic designs from the 1960s will be alongside gleaming high performance cars in a dazzling display of horsepower.

“We are delighted to be bringing our Spring Alfa Day to the Yorkshire Wildlife Park this year,” said AROC manager Nick Wright. “There will be a range of Alfa Romeo models on display and, with the added attraction of the Wildlife Park itself, it is promising to be a great day out for all the family.”Nick Wright, AROC Manager

Doncaster-based Alfa car dealers Pentagon will be showcasing its impressive range of cars highlighting the family firm’s 26 years in business selling one of the world’s most prestigious brands. Pentagon is promising the ‘Italian flair meets race-inspired performance’ of the latest models plus top-of-the-range vehicles that can reach 0-60mph in less than 3.9 seconds.

YWP offers an unrivalled walk-through experience bringing visitors almost face to face with some of the world’s most beautiful and at risk species, including Amur Leopards and Tigers, African Painted Dogs, the country’s only Polar Bears and many more.

Since opening in 2009 YWP has become the UK’s fastest growing and most innovative wildlife attractions – offering families an entertaining and educational day out.