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Explore exotic creatures at Brent's Bunny Park.

rabbithands - Explore exotic creatures at Brent's Bunny Park. [A Thing To Do Today] Price: Free Time: 1-2 hours
Brent Lodge Park (locally known as the Bunny Park) is home to hundreds of intriguing creatures from across the globe. Some are unwanted pets, some have been donated from Customs at Heathrow Airport, and some of course are the stars of west London's local wildlife. Say hello to them all today, in the park on Church Road in Hanwell, from 10am to 4pm. (Nearest station: Hanwell)
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WALTON-ON-THAMES
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51.38678, -0.41319


Sunrise: 06:42
Sunset: 16:49
Weather: light rain, 16°C max, 14°C min


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