Appendix 2: Locations list

Location Notes
Aberdeen Aberdeen Zoological Gardens, Hazlehead Park, Aberdeen. 1966-1977.
Amazon World Amazon World Zoo Park, Newchurch, Isle of Wight. Opened 1992.
Ashover Pan's Garden (also known as Ashover Zoological Garden), Ashover, Derbyshire. 1955-1971.
BalmacaanA private estate near Inverness.
Banham Banham Zoo, Banham, Norfolk. Opened 1968.
Battersea Park Battersea Park Children's Zoo, Battersea, London. Opened 1951. See also Crystal Palace.
Belfast Belfast Zoological Gardens, Belfast, County Antrim. Opened 1934.
Belle Vue Belle Vue Zoo Park, Manchester. 1836-1977.
Birmingham NC Birmingham Nature Centre, Cannon Hill Park, Birmingham. Opened 1975 on the former site of Birmingham Zoo.
Blackpool Blackpool Zoo Park, Blackpool, Lancashire. Opened 1972.
Blackpool Tower Blackpool Tower Menagerie, Blackpool, Lancashire. Opened ca.1874. The menagerie was removed in 1973, but an aquarium remained until 2010.
Brighton Aquarium Brighton Aquarium (and Dolphinarium), Brighton, East Sussex. Opened 1872.
Bristol Bristol Zoo Gardens, Clifton, Bristol. Opened 1836.
Bristol University The School of Biological Sciences at the University of Bristol.
Broxbourne Paradise Wildlife Park (formerly Broxbourne Zoo), Broxbourne, Hertfordshire. Opened 1970.
Buckingham Gate Queen Charlotte's collection.
Bulstrode Home to the Duke of Portland.
Chapel-en-le-Frith Chestnut Centre Conservation & Wildlife Park. Opened 1985.
Chessington Chessington World of Adventures (formerly Chessington Zoo), Chessington, Surrey. Opened 1931.
Chester Chester Zoo, Upton, Cheshire. Opened 1931.
Cobham 1 Lord Clive's private collection at Claremont in Cobham, Surrey.
Cobham 2 Jim Collins' private collection at Cobham, Surrey.
Colchester Colchester Zoo, Stanway, Essex. Opened 1963.
Colwyn Bay Welsh Mountain Zoo, Colwyn Bay, Conwy. Opened 1963.
CoshamMrs G. M. Saddington's private collection at Cosham, Hampshire.
Cotswold WPCotswold Wildlife Park, Burford, Oxfordshire. Opened 1970.
Cricket St. Thomas Cricket St. Thomas Wildlife Park, Chard, Somerset. Opened 1967.
Crystal Palace Crystal Palace Children's Zoo, Crystal Palace Park, London. Opened 1953. The site is now run as a farm by Capel Manor College. See also Battersea Park.
Curraghs WP Curraghs Wildlife Park, Ballaugh, Isle of Man. Opened 1965.
Dublin Dublin Zoo, Phoenix Park, Dublin, Republic of Ireland. Opened 1830.
Dudley Dudley Zoo, Dudley, West Midlands. Opened 1937.
Edinburgh Edinburgh Zoo, Corstophine, Edinburgh. Opened 1913.
Enniskerry The private estate of Lord Powerscourt at Enniskerry, Co. Wicklow.
Exeter Change The Exeter 'Change, The Strand, London. 1770s-1828.
Glasgow Glasgow Zoopark, Uddingston, Glasgow. 1947-2003.
Goodwood In 1731, Goodwood House in Sussex was the home of Charles Lennox, the 2nd Duke of Richmond.
Great MarlowThe private collection of Alfred Heneage Cocks, in Great Marlow, Buckinghamshire. 
Great TreverranLeopard and Goat Farm, Great Treverran, Cornwall. Private collection.
Guernsey Guernsey Zoo, La Villiaze, Guernsey. 1967-1990.
Hackney Hackney is a borough in the north-east of London.
Hamerton Hamerton Zoological Park, Hamerton, Cambridgeshire. Opened 1990.
Harpenden Grahame Dangerfield's private collection in Harpenden. Hertfordshire.
Haslington Dr. English's private collection in Haslington, Cheshire.
Hastings The Ridgway Trust for Endangered Cats at Hastings, East Sussex.
High Wycombe Biology Department of the Royal Grammar School.
Highland WPThe Highland Wildlife Park, Kincraig, Highland. Opened 1972. 
Horton Lord Halifax's menagerie at Horton in Northamptonshire.
Howletts Howletts Wild Animal Park, Bekesbourne, Kent. The collection was started in 1957 and was opened to the public from 1975.
Hull Hull Zoological Gardens, Hull, East Yorkshire. 1839-1860.
Jersey Jersey Zoo, Trinity, Jersey. Opened 1959.
KessinglandAfrica Alive!, Kessingland, Suffolk. Opened 1969 as the Suffolk Wildlife Park.
Kew Queen Charlotte (1744-1818) married George III in 1761 and kept exotic animals at Kew Gardens, Richmond Park and Buckingham Gate.
Kilverstone Kilverstone Wildlife Park, Thetford, Norfolk. 1973-1992.
King's College, London  
Knowsley The private collection of the 13th Earl of Derby. See Appendix 1 for more information.
Leonardslee Leonardslee, Sussex was home to Sir Edmund Loder.
Lilford Park
Liverpool Liverpool Zoological Gardens, West Derby Road, Liverpool, Merseyside. 1832-1863.
London London Zoo, Regent's Park, London. Opened 1828.
London Wellcome The Wellcome Institute of Comparative Physiology was officially opened in 1964 (although births were recorded there in 1963) at London Zoo and was later merged with the Nuffield Institute to form the Institute of Zooloogy.
London docks The docks would have been the point of arrival for many animals arriving in this country in the 19th Century.
Looe The (Woolly) Monkey Sanctuary, Looe, Cornwall. Opened 1964.
Lowther Castle The Lowther estate, near Penrith, was founded in 1283 when Hugh de Louther was granted a licence to create a deer park.
Manchester Manchester Zoological Gardens, Higher Broughton, Manchester. 1838-1842.
Marple Comstall Gardens in Marple, a small town just south-east of Manchester.
Marwell Marwell Zoological Park, Colden Common, Hampshire. Opened 1972.
Middleton Dr. Martin Bourne's private collection, at Baguley Brow Farm in Middleton, near Manchester.
Milton Abbas  
Morecambe Winged World, Morecambe, Lancashire. 1966-late 1970s.
Newquay Newquay Zoo, Newquay, Cornwall. Opened 1969.
Norfolk WP Norfolk Wildlife Park, Great Witchingham, Norfolk. 1961-2007.
North AnstonThe Tropical Butterfly House, North Anston, Sheffield.
Owston Park The private collectioned of Philip Davies-Cooke, near Doncaster, South Yorkshire.
Paignton Paignton Zoological & Botanical Gardens, Paignton, Devon. Opened 1923.
Paignton Jungle A small collection located in Shorton Woods which was run by Harry Panton.
Plymouth Plymouth Zoo, Plymouth, Devon. 1962-1978.
Port Lympne Port Lympne Wild Animal Park, Hythe, Kent. Opened 1976.
Preston Jim Collins' private collection at Preston, Lancashire.
Ravensworth Castle Ravensworth Castle near Gateshead, Tyne and Wear was home to Sir Henry George Liddell.
Rushden During the 1980s Ravensden Farm, at Rushden in Northamptonshire were livestock importers and dealers.
Sandwich RSCCThe Rare Species Conservation Centre, Sandwich
Shavington This collection, the predecessor of Chester Zoo, was run by George Mottershead and Dr. English and closed 31.12.1932.
Southampton Southampton Zoo, Southampton, Hampshire. 1963-1985.
Stubton Sir Robert Heron's private estate at Stubton in Lincolnshire
Suffolk WP Suffolk Wildlife Park - Africa Alive!, Kessingland, Suffolk. Opened 1969.
Surrey Zool. Gdns. Surrey Zoological Gardens, Walworth, Surrey. 1831-1856.
Timsbury Endangered Madagascar, Timsbury, Bath. A private collection.
Tower Menagerie The Tower Menagerie, London. ca.1245-1835.
Twycross Twycross Zoo, Norton-juxta-Twycross, Leicestershire. Opened 1963.
West Midland SP West Midland Safari & Leisure Park, Bewdley, Worcestershire. Opened 1973.
Wheathampstead Grahame Dangerfield's private collection in Wheathampstead, Hertfordshire.
Whipsnade Whipsnade Zoo, Whipsnade, Bedfordshire. Opened 1931.
Windsor The Royal Menagerie at Windsor Great Park.
WinghamWingham Wildlife Park, Wingham, Kent. Opened (as a pet shop) in 1986.
Windsor SP Windsor Safari Park, Windsor, Berkshire. 1969-1992.
Woburn The private collection of the 6th Duke of Bedford at Woburn in Bedfordshire.