ANIMAL attraction Monkey Haven reopens on Wednesday (July 1), after its coronavirus closure.

The visitor attraction was forced to close its doors under government guidelines in March, at the outbreak of the pandemic.

New safety screens have been installed, the toilets will be open and a takeaway service from the cafe will be available, it says. Other indoor ares will remain closed and keepers' talks have been suspended, however they will be feeding the animals during the day.

Tickets can be booked in advance on Monkey Haven's website (HERE), however a limited number will be sold on the door.

Announcing the reopening, founder Don Walser, said: “These have been tough times for us all, and we are so grateful for your continuing support during the Coronavirus pandemic. Your kind donations have kept our charity afloat, and although we’re still not out of the woods, we’re feeling hopeful about the future. Just visiting us will be a massive help as every penny will go to support the rescued animals you’ll meet. There are lots of other ways to support us, too.”