ZSL London Zoo wins Best Travel and Leisure Website 2015

ZSL website award
ZSL's Matt Littlechild accepting the award

ZSL London Zoo has been awarded the Best Travel and Leisure website 2015 in the Group Leisure Awards.
 
Readers of Group Leisure voted for their favourite companies, attractions, destinations and individuals ahead of the 19th annual Group Leisure Awards ceremony on October 21st at the Hilton Birmingham Metropole.
 
Speaking about the achievement, Head of Digital Services at the Zoological Society of London (ZSL) Daniel Sprawson said: “We’re absolutely delighted to have won best website in the Best Travel & Leisure Website category. The ZSL website caters for a wide audience and we strive to ensure that we constantly provide diverse, educational and engaging content for our zoo visitors that also promotes our worldwide conservation work.”
 
ZSL London Zoo has enjoyed continued success both online and offline this year, launching a brand new app and ZSL brand; Let's Work For Wildlife, as well as immersive exhibits such as In with the Lemurs and In with the Spiders.
 
The Group Leisure Awards dinner and ceremony was attended by some of the top names in the travel industry. Special guest travel presenter and author Simon Reeve co-hosted the awards with Group Leisure magazine publisher Rob Yandell.
 
“The Group Leisure Awards represent a personal recommendation from group travel organisers”, commented Rob Yandell. “And what better way to celebrate such an achievement than for the group travel trade to come together on one evening to mark this success?”
 
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