Haha yeah the exotics rooms were amazing. The college I've been going to for the past two years has one reptile room with a small range of different reps and inverts in, so the amount they have at Reaseheath is amazing compared to that!! I'm doing BSc Animal behaviour and welfare. Starts off with three days at reaseheath and 1 at chester, then swaps for the second year so then I move to the Chester halls. Think my third year is mainly at Chester but we're still allowed to use the Reaseheath facilities and stuff.
That sounds like it will be great! I wouldn't be to excited about the llamas though, im moving to stockport soon and doing a FD in applied science then I'll do my vet nursing hopefully! Good luck let me know how you get on and what its like there I wonder if you get to handle the lemurs! xx
The FD is good I did that at Llandrillo it made doing the ND easier but you must know your animals you keep loads! Northop is ok but its just been taken over and a lot of teachers left for other colleges so teachers are teaching stuff they have never taught before and its hard for them and they are rebuilding all the animal unit and things. I heard reese heaths is ace they have meerkats! If you want to do zoology my mate went on a science access course and was then able to qualify to do zoology. Good luck whatever you do! xx