At Woburn Safari Park, we offer a plethora of opportunities for businesses to experience the park and with key partnership options you can help support our crucial work with many of our key resident species.
By working with Woburn Safari Park, not only could it be a great branding opportunity, it offers a fantastic, fun way to fulfil CSR obligations, generate great PR and at the same time, helps your customers feel even better about doing business with you.
The park offers your brand an excellent opportunity to associate with a well-known and popular leisure attraction, with a focus on education and entertainment, and supporting conservation of endangered species.
If you are interested in corporate sponsorhsip opportunities please get in contact - our team would love to discuss this with you.Email the Events Coordinator
Key facts and visitor statistics
- Visitor profile – 51% male and 49% female
- Approx 70% of visitors aged 25-44
- Approx 45% of visitors live within 1 ½ hours drive of the park
- Mainly visitors are from Coventry to London and Oxford to Peterborough
- Average dwell time approx 4+ hours
- Over 95% of research respondents would recommend a visit to Woburn Safari Park to family and friends
- Over 87% rating for staff friendliness
*Stats from Visitor Research Programme
Peter Gurr, Managing Director of Taylor Wimpey North Thames, says:
“Our partnership with Woburn has been extremely beneficial, giving us a range of opportunities to promote both the conservation work being carried out by the park and also ourselves as a responsible local housebuilder, committed to supporting the communities in which we build our new homes.
The fact that we decided to renew our sponsorship after the first year for another three years is testament to the positive relationship we have developed with Woburn.
We have organised various events at our developments to highlight the partnership, including ‘find the tiger’ events at our showhomes and a ‘design a tiger-themed bedroom’ competition for local children, as well as working with local schools to hold readings of ‘The Tiger Who Came To Tea’.
We also produced an informative newsletter for youngsters about Woburn’s tigers – the Tiger Times – that was available at our developments, and bought our own Tiger mascot costume for VIP appearances! In addition, the partnership has given us the chance to invite staff to corporate days at the park to promote team bonding.
We hope our investment will continue to aid the conservation of Amur tigers, which are threatened with extinction mainly due to poaching and loss of habitat, by raising awareness of their plight with