Mini Monsters

creepy crawly roadshow

Mini Monsters creepy crawly roadshow provides animal encounters for schools, parties, groups and events throughout Norfolk, Suffolk and Cambridgeshire. 

I will bring a selection of reptiles and invertebrates to your venue where I will tell you some fascinating facts about the animals before giving the children the chance to get up close and personal with each animal.

The sessions are both fun and educational and can be tailored to suit your needs.

Please click the relevant pages above for more info or alternatively get in touch using the booking form, calling or texting Ed on 07846 182 611 or emailing info@minimonsters.co.uk
 

Hi,

My name is Ed Mackay and I have been running Mini Monsters since September 2013. During that time I have presented the Mini Monsters to over 20,000 children and adults at various locations from schools, clubs & scouts through to music festivals, science festivals and events for organisations such the Royal Society of Biology.


 With Trinny the tarantula.

With Trinny the tarantula.

I have been working with animals and children for over 10 years and in that time have been lucky enough to look after lots of different species from domestic animals such as horses, cows, pigs and sheep through to more exotic species including camels, meerkats, monkeys, lemurs, raccoons, chipmunks, birds, all sorts of reptiles and, of course, the Mini Monsters.


 Getting a kiss from Topsy the camel!

Getting a kiss from Topsy the camel!

I am passionate about wildlife and education and being able to bring the Mini Monsters into peoples schools, homes, and groups to share my passion is a dream come true!


 Me and a baby Lemur (unfortunately not one of the Mini Monsters!)

Me and a baby Lemur (unfortunately not one of the Mini Monsters!)

I have a degree in Environmental Sciences, an Education Diploma, I am fully DBS checked & I hold £5million public liability insurance (all certificates available on request).

 


Thanks for visiting my site and I hope to meet you soon!

Ed Mackay.