Bristol Zoo walk of fame decision lies with judges
BRISTOL mayor George Ferguson will be among the panel of judges who decide on the next person to join Bristol Zoo’s walk of fame.
The Bristol walk of fame at Bristol Zoo Gardens opened in 2011 to celebrate the best of Bristol as part of its 175th birthday.
It currently features 60 of the city’s most renowned people, places and icons from across the historic, creative, sporting and wildlife spectrum.
But this year Bristol Zoo has turned the spotlight on members of the public in order to discover and recognise those who have made a concerted effort and difference within conservation or sustainability.
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Voting is now closed and the top three in each category have been chosen.
The final decision now lies with the walk of fame board of judges, which includes George Ferguson, Mike Norton Editor of The Post, John Hirst from Destination Bristol, Ian Downs from JackFM and Tony and Bev Driffield from the sponsors, Mama Bear’s Day Nursery and Pre-school.
The Bristol Walk of Fame is a trail of specially designed plaques within the grounds of the Zoo, with each plaque bearing the names of famous inductees.