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[Beardie is very happy with our Customer Feedback]Meet The Beasts is always pleased to receive your feedback. We are especially touched & encouraged when customers take the time to tell us of their experiences. Below are some letters we have received from schools & colleges (both teachers & students) & from our public or special event reptile & minibeasts workshops. The quotes have not been edited; they are as we received them.

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Also read how Meet The Beasts has helped adults & children face their fears, overcome them & grow in confidence - Real Case Histories

 

The only edits to the following letters have been minor spelling corrections where necessary. All other vocabulary & punctuation is as originally written by the sender.

 

[Thank you letters written to Meet the Beasts]

 

'Dear Stuart

Thank you for a wonderful day! Are you coming back? We had tons of fun; the animals were marvellous, I learnt so much information. It was an interesting day for all of us.

I found out a few animals that I never heard of like chihuahua mountain kingsnake; that one was my favourite snake. My favourite arachnid was the curly haired tarantula. Your leopard gecko was so cute. Paper was my favourite of the leopard gecko duo. Please can I keep Samba?

I hope Geoff grows to be a huge, tough and kind snake. It was great to see the reptiles, arachnids and bugs. It was the best day of my life.

By Storm'

 

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'Dear Dr Stuart Wood,

Thank you for coming in and showing us your animals. They were wonderful!!

The animals were all different. Some of them crawled, some just sat there and the snakes slithered.

I held a snake and it felt rough and hard but I enjoyed it.

It was fun and interesting so thank you for coming.

From Jack'

 

 

 

 

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'Dear Dr Stuart Wood

Thank you for bringing your animals in and sharing them with us. They were fascinating!!! The snakes were the best because of the scaly skin and the muscles.

I got a chance to hold a snake but I was a little scared. I managed to overcome my fears and I was proud of myself.

Once again thank you for bringing them and we would really like you to come again. From Ben'

 

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'Dear Dr Stuart Wood

Thank you for coming in and showing us your spiders, snakes, leopard gecko and the rest of your animals. Your animals were amazing!

The animals were amazing because they were all different, they moved differently and adapt in different ways. These are some of the facts from your talk.

My favourite animal was the boa constrictor because it was the only animal that I held and I was scared of animals too. My class had so much fun, we all learnt something new that we did not know about before.

Thank you again. We all enjoyed it. I got over my fear of snakes. Can you come again?

from Kelsey

Thank You

 

 

 

 

[Thank you letters written to Meet the Beasts]

 

'Dear Dr Stuart Wood

Thank you for bringing your lovely animals in to our school. I think the spiders were the best, because they were massive, and hairy. And if it bit you you would be in hospital or die. The spider's name was Samba and she was 15 years old. I was a little scared when I saw him but now I find him a friend.

I really enjoyed you coming and every one enjoyed you coming. can you come back soon? It is because everyone enjoyed your visit and I learnt a lot.

From

Kyron

NB. For those of you who are a bit worried about our tarantulas, that was just Kyron's take on what we said which was, "They are not dangerous so you wouldn't end up in hospital or die even if they did bite." One word can make a bit of a difference.

 

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'Dear Dr Stuart Wood

I am writing a letter to you because you gave our class a chance in a lifetime. Thank you for bringing your beautiful reptiles into school including the leopard gecko, snakes, tarantula scorpion and all the other mini beasts it was WONDERFUL!

The thing I found wonderful about the animals was the way they moved on my hands. When I was holding them I thought to my self, will it tickle me? The one that tickled me was the leopard gecko. Its feet was the part of the body that tickled me.

You told me and the class a lot of facts about all the exotic creatures. Everyone had a billion tonnes of fun and have learnt alot of things about animals that we've never heard of.

Believe it or not I had never ever held a snake before but because of your visit I have.

From Cameron

THANK YOU!!

 

[Thank you letters written to Meet the Beasts]

 

 

Read how Meet The Beasts has helped adults & children face their fears, overcome them & grow in confidence - Real Case Histories

 

 

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MORE INFORMATION FROM:

Dr Stuart Wood
c/o Meet The Beasts
31 Burder Street
Loughborough
Leics
LE11 1JH

Telephone + 44 1509 553362
Mobile: + 44 7814 628123
e-mail: dr.stu@ntlworld.com

 

 

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