Connecting with Nature & Animals: Generation Next Social at Twycross Zoo

Free for members

supervisor_account Networking & wellbeing
place Twycross Zoo, East Midlands Zoological Society, Burton Rd, Atherstone CV9 3PX
event Thursday 30th March | 2.00pm - 5.00pm
local_activity Members Only
local_offer Free for members

Event Overview

If you love the great outdoors, join Generation Next at Twycross Zoo on a leisurely guided walk around the wonderful the zoo and nature reserve. We will get to meet several animals along the way.

The event will begin with a short presentation on the benefits of connecting with nature for your wellbeing. This is a great opportunity to get to know likeminded young professionals from the Generation Next network, learn about the conservation work of the zoo, while taking a break from the office to enjoy the zoo’s natural rich assets and surroundings.

Free for members

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Benefits of attending

  • A time to practice your networking skills and build your confidence in a relaxed environment
  • Make meaningful business contacts
  • Explore a popular local attraction
  • A chance to take a break from work to focus on your wellbeing
  • An opportunity to get out and connect with nature and exotic wildlife while learning about the zoo’s conservation work

Guest speaker

Denver Anderson

Conservation Education Officer

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Denver Anderson

Conservation Education Officer

Denver is a Conservation Education Officer at Twycross Zoo where she educates all generations on biodiversity, conservation and the role of modern conservation-led zoos. Denver advocates for sustainability and accessibility, and works to inspire the next generation of conservationists.



2pm – 3.00pm – Networking opportunity at Himalaya Building

3.00pm – Meet and greet – View Restaurant/Costa Coffee café area (Himalaya Building)

3.00pm – Short Introduction to conservation work at Twycross and on the benefits of connecting with nature for wellbeing

4pm – 5.00pm – Guided walk around Twycross Zoo


Parking is available at Twycross Zoo – it is free to park. You can check details here. Only assistance dogs on the lead are welcome at the zoo.


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