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Help save the wild tiger this March
This March is due to set start the world's biggest event to save wild tigers. From the 1st to the 21st March St Pancras International will be hosting an array of unmissable events, with plenty of famous faces, to help save the tiger.
Tiger Tracks offers a range of tiger themed activities, with musicians, artists, authors, conservationists and retailers coming together to provide a host of entertainment and inspiration. The event kicked off yesterday with music legend Brian May and West End sensation Kerry Ellis in a spectacular performance.
There are plenty of opportunities for station visitors to get involved. You can leave your mark on the unique art piece designed by Benjamin Murphy, and there are many more fun things for children too in the Tiny Tigers weekend 16th-17th March. Craft and dance workshops will be available for the cubs, alongside readings by top authors and a tiger treasure trail to explore.
The aim of the events is to increase awareness and inspire actions to save these magnificent big cats. Tiger Tracks is presented by Save Wild Tigers, a global conservation awareness and fund-raising initiative and whilst many of the activities are free, all proceeds and donations will go to the Born Free Foundation and Environmental Investigation Agency (EIA) tiger conservation projects. With no change, the tiger is expected to become extinct in the next 10 years so it is our job to fight back.
It is certainly something not to be missed and for a very worthy cause.