PAW Patrol‘s Chase and Skye will be keeping everything in order at Marwell Zoo over October half-term during a series of special visits.

The pups will be visiting the zoo following the launch of the new PAW Patrol: The Mighty Movie which is scheduled for release on October 13.

Chase, the police pup and Skye, the air rescue pup, will visit Marwell where guests of all ages can listen to tales of their epic adventures at intervals on Tuesday, October 24, Wednesday, October 25 and Thursday, October 26.

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PAW Patrol is a popular children’s TV show and movie franchise which follows the adventures of a boy called Ryder and his brave pack of rescue dogs.

From rescuing sea turtles to jungle adventures and dinosaur missions, these plucky pups work together to overcome the odds and defeat Foggy Bottom’s Mayor Humdinger and the Kitten Catastrophe Crew.

Fans of the PAWsome duo will be able to join the pups in narrator-led storytime sessions, and snap pictures of their favourite characters during special appearances throughout event days.

There will be a designated performance area on the back lawn of Marwell Hall with shows at hourly intervals from 11am to 3pm throughout the day to ensure as many people as possible can see the characters.

Visitors are asked to be aware that there will be limited capacity so if it is particularly busy, come back for a later session.

Nicky Cole, Marwell Zoo’s events manager, said: “We’re very excited to be hosting two of the stars of the new PAW Patrol: The Mighty Movie here at Marwell Zoo.

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Hampshire Chronicle:

“They’ll be here Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday during half term and we hope lots of our members and guests will be able to come and enjoy a story time with their favourite characters as well as visiting our exotic and endangered animals throughout the park.”

These days are expected to be busy, so guests are asked to prebook a daytime zoo admission ticket to avoid disappointment.

Members must also pre-book their free ticket online ahead of their visit and all free carer and under three tickets must also be pre-booked. The tickets will go on sale on Monday, September 25.

For more information, visit the Marwell Zoo website.