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But her army of fans are glad that they can keep an eye on her progress after the animal park’s live cam went down a couple of days ago.One Twitter user tweeted: “ Checking in on April has become part of our morning routine!
For more information or to book, please call 01655 333 991.Stay for two nights and we’ll give you an extra night free of charge!Spend less money and more time exploring our 800 acres of estate, building sandcastles with the kids at the nearby Turnberry beach or venture afield to discover the rare beauty of Ayrshire. There’s nowhere better to spend the festive season than in the luxury of Trump Turnberry.April the giraffe looks set to deliver an ‘April Fools baby’ later today as signs of contractions and labour continue.In its latest update, the Animal Adventure Park said: “It looks like we will have an April Fools baby! ” TO CONTINUE TO FOLLOW OUR LIVE UPDATES ON APRIL THE GIRAFFE - CLICK HEREpm GMT: Fans are guessing which day could be a ‘Girexit’ with April finally giving birth.Located at Caerphilly, South East Wales in the UK, the circa 1645 Llancaiach Fawr Manor is now a terrific tourist attraction where visitors can hear about traditional customs and talk about the everyday life of ordinary people over 350 years ago.
A house that old is bound to pick up a ghost or two over the years, and just in case there is one skulking about, the webcam's steady eye is there to capture it. on weekday evenings when Ghost Tours are taking place.) More » In 1912, Helena Blunden was a 16-year-old worker in an Irish linen mill who had aspirations to be an opera singer.
Since then, several other staff members have seen the ghost, smelled the scent of her perfume, and on numerous occasions turned off faucets that the spirit had turned on.
Many believe the ghost is that of Louise Carpenter, the daughter of the library's founder.
These boat trips leave North Berwick Harbour and you will also travel past the Bass Rock, the world's largest colony of Northern gannets and BBC Countryfile Magazine's Nature Reserve of the Year 2014/15 & 2015/16.
Check out the Isle of May page on the Scotland's National Nature Reserves website and the Isle of May blog.
This site has three webcams, one in the research room, one in the children's room, and one on the staircase.