Myself, my family and friends have watched. This
amazing Zoo Grow,
Andy, Kelly. And there
team, do an amazing job. They rely on being open. To feed the animals.
Due to everything being
closed. They will now find it hard to feed
the animals and get their bedding.
i know lots of people have visited this amazing
little place, I urge you all to help. Please if you can. Even if it’s just a couple of pounds, I know we are
all going though a tough time, and money is gonna be tight for us all. But in my heart I can’t sit back
and watch such an amazing little place like this
suffer, when it’s bought so much joy happiness and amazing memories for us. So please Medway and
everyone else near and fair that has had the
opportunity to visit this little amazing gem. Please help by donating what ever you can, as every little bit will help the animals.
I believe in Community spirit. So please share this and help me to help them. Xxx
The Fenn Bell is very proud to hold Medway’s first zoo licence. All our animals you see here have
come through rescue or from other zoos. We aim
to give these animals a safe and enriching
environment to live in. We are very proud of what we have built here at the Fenn Bell and do lots of
work with schools on educating youngsters on these animals.
We hope that you will see and understand the
work and commitment that goes into what we do.
The Fenn Bell Conservation Project was started
with two Kune Kune pigs, Ginger and Spice. Seeing an add on the internet I fell in love with them and
decided to bring them home to meet the wife.
Little did I know how taking these two pigs on
would change my life and open up a whole new
world for me.
Fast forward to today and we have achieved so
much. We have lots of local schools visit us to learn about the animals and the natural world. We are
now working with Hadlow and Mid-Kent college
with their animal management students helping to produce the next generation of zookeepers and
We open to all, all year round to come and be part of our ever growing family of animals here at the
Our aim is to bring people and animals together in a way that can benefit both. With this in mind, we
are developing our new conservation area where
we hope to work on breed and release
programmes with animals such as red squirrels,
with this area becoming the keystone to our
education programme. Conservation, education
and research must be the way forward for us all
- Val Whittle
- Valerie Marsh
- Graham Cresswell
- Janet Maidment