It was a real pleasure to catch up with Naomi Ennis from Animal Teach for this #HaltonHour Features interview. Naomi’s Halton based educational business is very new, it’s less than a year old. We talk about the challenges and joys that starting a new business brings – if you have ever been self-employed, I am sure you can relate!

Animal Teach offers National Curriculum linked lessons and workshops to schools, community groups and organisations in the Widnes and Runcorn area with a whole host of fabulous animals on her team.

Naomi Ennis Animal Teach #HaltonHour Features Interview
#HaltonHour Features Local Halton Business – Animal Teach

#HaltonHour Features Animal Teach – Naomi Ennis

In this interview, I chat with Naomi about:

  • Naomi’s vision – creating a zoo at home
  • Starting a new business around family and not burning out
  • Animal welfare, licenses and best practices
  • Teaching respect for animals and their needs with Animal Teach
  • What to expect at an Animal Teach Workshop
  • How to connect with Naomi

Watch: Interview with Naomi Ennis, Animal Teach

Connect with Naomi and Animal Teach

Website: https://www.animalteach.co.uk
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/animalteachltd
Twitter: https://twitter.com/AnimalTeach
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/animalteach
TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@animalteach

#HaltonHour Features Animal Teach – The Transcript

Jan Kearney
Hey, it’s Jan. And in this HaltonHour features interview, I am chatting with Naomi from Animal Teach. And it was a real pleasure to catch up with Naomi. And we’ve talked about lots of things, including setting up a business around your family. Naomi’s business is very new, it’s less than a year old. And she talks about the challenges. And the joys that starting this business has brought, and we chat about the types of experiences that she offers and what you can expect if you join one of her workshops. So I hope you enjoy it.

Jan Kearney
So, Naomi, welcome to Halton hour.

Naomi Ennis
Hello, nice to meet you.

Jan Kearney
And I’m hoping you’ve kept anything with more than four legs just out the way

Naomi Ennis
I have. I might have a few little animals bobbing in and out. I’ve counted their legs, there’s not more than four.

Jan Kearney
Fabulous, would you like to introduce yourself, who you were what your businesses and who you work with?

Naomi Ennis
Lovely. So my name is Naomi. And I own and run Animal Teach. I set this up last year, when my daughter was only three months old. And my son was three and a half. And I come home from visiting my old place of work. And I used to be a college lecturer, I loved it, I got to teach about animals all day, every day. But having two young children really threw into the mix, that life can get a little bit more difficult at times to fit everything in that I wanted to do and still be a mum and still be me.

So what I did, like I say, I come home and I told my husband that I’m quitting my job. And I’m setting up a business to work around the family. And he asked what would it be and he’s incredibly supportive. And I said, we’re gonna have a zoo in the house. And I don’t think he truly believed me at that point.

But there’s definitely a zoo in the house, we’ve got quite a lot. So what I’ve done is combine my background of Zookeeping and I’m a qualified teacher, and then I put it altogether, to have my two passions like combined. And that’s how I will teach them about work in terms of who I work with. So my kids are great at feeding the animals. And John’s great at feeding, the animals. I’ve got a few like family friends that will help out here and there, which is lovely. But predominantly, the running off the business and the animal care. The workshops are social media, the marketing, the website, absolutely everything is myself. So I will do you know, at two o’clock in the morning, I’ll be recording videos to try and get them on Tik Tok, which I signed up for, that sort of thing.

So I don’t have any employees yet, but I do believe there will be in the future at the rate I’m expanding. But I do have like a say really nice family, friends and my own family that will bob along and, you know, help out when needed or provide advice and support which is, which is key.

Jan Kearney
And lifting and carrying. Yeah,

Naomi Ennis
Yeah.

Jan Kearney
So how I mean, you made you made the decision to base a business around your life and having kids. How did you find that the transition because I know as somebody who has been self employed, I mean, I I work full time now. But I also do my own bits at the side as well. I know from being self employed for a gazillion years before that it’s not quite as simple as people work out.

You’ve just said I’m up at two o’clock in the morning shooting Tiktok videos. And that is very much what it’s like because you’ve got all these different hats and you’ve got to do all of you is self employed sole trader how have you found that transition from a nice stable employed life to an everything is on me life?

Naomi Ennis
Ups and downs. So like, I mean, last year, you know, it was an idea we had that. I’d like to have something to fit around the family and that sort of thing. And then the more I thought I was more I was right, I’m totally going to do this and I’m going the whole hog, you know. It’s going to be fantastic. I can choose my hours and you know, it was probably a little bit naive. I didn’t have necessarily a business background like I was in full time employment since 16. Pretty much and I was always in education or employment. So that was always like that sort of continuity that each month I knew what was going to happen.

I did approach the Princes Trust so I hadn’t turned 30 yet at that point. And they ran some courses, the enterprise programme, and I went on board with that. They were incredible. They opened up so many like avenues in terms of learning about the business side. Granted some of it I have a clue what they were talking about. And I was like, yeah, yeah, I’ll write a note of that. I’ll write another note of that. And there was a lot of note making. And it was that did help me sort of learn the terminology and that it’s not as simple as, you know, waking up and making a website, there’s there’s a lot more that goes into the business aspect.

The animal side, yeah, totally got it, the teaching side, fine. But the other side, I was like, probably a bit naive. And then, before even being able to sort of fully go ahead with what I wanted to do, I then had to set up the zoo, as I call it at home, and then be licenced by the Council under UK law in the animal activities involving animals regulations, 2018. It’s very long one. So I had to set up that. Which I knew again, because of like my previous job roles, so that side I could do, and then it was a case of very Halton Borough Council have come out, I am now fully licenced and registered. And I will make sure it was in place.

And then I remember sitting at my computer, yes, I’ve built the website. And yes, I’ve had all these plans. And everything I do is curriculum based and linked into what organisations I work with wants to do.

And then I sat there in the first week of January. So we’ve got the licence just before Christmas, which is fab. And then the first thing you do is every laptop and I was like, oh my goodness me now it starts like what on earth do I actually do?

Yes, I wrote a 71 page business plan. And yes, I’ve sat up till three o’clock most nights for the last six months in between looking after the kids and building a website and thinking of ideas and plans. And then like, say, January, I was like, oh my goodness, there’s no going back. Like I really got to do this now.

So the the transition has been very, very exciting. I absolutely love that I’ve got so many ideas, and I can put them forward. Yes, some of them work. And some of them don’t. Or I can go right, I’m gonna try this, let’s do that. Let’s do this. But then the other side is you have to tell yourself to stop because all them hats that you’re wearing.

It’s like, Oh, my goodness, me, I’m gonna either burn out already before I even start. And you have to tell yourself to have a break. You know? Yes, as long as it happens, and even, even now, I mean, constantly 24/7 I already know, like, I got the animals to feed, water bottles to clean, then I’ve got to go do this. And I’ve got to do the website. I’ve got reply to emails, what am I doing now? I’ve got a booking tomorrow. And that’s always in the background, you have to like really tell yourself to Yes, it is your job and your livelihood and everything is there. But you still entitled to have a little brain switch off. And which is difficult for me because I Excuse me, I keep on going and going and going. So don’t get too excited. Just be very hit and miss.

Jan Kearney
I mean, that’s one thing, you know, if there’s any advice I can give, having been there, it is the burnout element, because you’re so aware that this is my livelihood. You don’t work you don’t eat so.

Naomi Ennis
Exactly

Jan Kearney
But do plan in the recovery time the downtime, it’s okay to you know, go and have a bath with bubbles up to your neck and say, That’s right. So, no. I mean, because you surprised me in a way because I mean, I don’t I don’t know you from from Adam. And you approached me initially on Instagram, on the rare occasions, I post over there because I’m on Twitter. And it was one of the Halton Hours and you said can I please do this? And I said, yes of course. Who the hell are you?!

So I did a bit of reading around. And you did seem to just sort of spring sort of tada from absolutely nowhere. And it was like wow, because I love I love the idea of it. And I’ll be honest, working with kids is about that far away from working with anything with more than four legs in my book. This Yeah, it’s sort of horrifying and really sort of amazing at the same time. I mean, it’s it is I mean, I don’t do kids and I don’t do schools. But way back when I was at school, you know, you had the hamsters and the stick insects. I

Naomi Ennis
oh, yes.

Jan Kearney
Does that not happen now? Is there a need for what you do with with the animals?

Naomi Ennis
I believe so. And obviously I’m a little bit biassed and I because it’s my business but i There are schools that do animal care. And there are places that have stick insects and hamsters or snails and that sort of thing. However, recently there has been more tighter restrictions about animal welfare in certain scenarios. So like I say, for me, you need licencing to get out there To get into schools, you know, to be DBS checked. Equally getting into the community, you know, there are other people that do similar things to me, I won’t say the exact, but similar, they have animals and they take them out.

I believe that me, my background has a very strong holding, and my experience at that I’ve got in the zoo world I’ve taught in a land based College. This isn’t a hobby, like since I mean, I didn’t have animals necessarily growing up. But since 16, I’ve been in college, university, multiple degrees, everything I’ve done has been to train and educate myself, and get the best knowledge that I can possibly can. And I’m always learning like, there’s always things that change and stuff. And then take that forward, which is where the logo came from about inspiring our future.

So yes, there are places that have these animals, and there are places that, you know, we’ll have saw a different elements of the teaching and but I do think what I do is very, like practical and real world, you know, I don’t have certain handling, I have certain handling protocols for certain reasons, because I know when children are even teenagers grow up. And out in that world where you have got to adhere to protocols and policies, you know, you can’t hold every animal, you can’t touch every animal, it’s about respecting them and respecting, you know, like, that sort of thing.

And getting across that, even though that may be the case, you can still experience something incredible having stick insects or having a hamster and learning that part. So yeah, I do think there’s a need, I think there’s a need to I mean, animals are hard, aren’t they? Because everyone will have an opinion that it can be politic based, you know, it can be well, they said that they said this, they said that, but for me, it’s about doing things the best way that you possibly can, and then demonstrating that to others. Excuse me.

So yeah, for me, the there is a need. And so far, the last just got into number nine is, as proven it you know, I’m not only in schools, or whether that’s nursery, primary, secondary all through, I’ve been out working with people in communities, lots of community groups, lots of community events, I also work with people on probation. So I’ve got any community like possible, there’s that accessibility, and opening up doors, like not everyone, I’m very lucky, I’ve worked the socks off, but I’m also very lucky, I’ve got some of the most incredible animals, and not everybody gets to see that.

So to be able to give that opportunity back to a school or a care home or whatever it may be even these very important. And like I say the calendar is showing that people want it. And, you know, I was hesitant at first because education is something that is very well, you know, talked about and it’s so important and, you know, that sort of thing. And one of my biggest fears, like there are people doing this and you know, they get to have a snake around the neck and this sort of thing. But I don’t necessarily believe in that for various reasons.

What my biggest feedback so far from every place I’ve been to has been how educational it’s been. So that’s reaffirm that yes, that leads me to what was definitely worth it. No matter what scenario I go into. And um, you know, I always explain the reasons why and still Yeah, so definitely a need my opinion anyway,

Jan Kearney
one of the things I liked as as a lifelong vegetarian

Jan Kearney
I do I have very, very mixed feelings about the use of animals whether it be in in zoos, and Safari, or whether it be in workshops and education. And it is very, very mixed and conflicting. But one of the things I liked that was very clear from your website is I’ll bring these animals along but if you don’t want to come up we’re not coming out.

Naomi Ennis
Oh yeah. They’re my babies

Jan Kearney
So there’s there’s a very obvious respect there for the animal that you working with. So from you your social updates as well from your when you put your pictures and your videos, it very much seems to be a partnership rather than here hold this. Do you see where I’m coming from? It’s not drag it out of the cage and you get this five year old coming along and going smack like

Naomi Ennis
oh, no,

Jan Kearney
that’s always my you know fear. Yeah.

Naomi Ennis
Ya know,

Jan Kearney
From the little videos that you’ve shared, I know you’re only seeing snippets and from the way you presented yourself but it does seem to be a partnership rather than a exploitation is the wrong word because you definitely do not go that far! But do you know where I’m coming from? Is that? I mean, was that intended? Right? Right from the beginning?

Naomi Ennis
Definitely,

Jan Kearney
this is what I’m gonna do.

Naomi Ennis
Definitely I am, you know, I, my background has always been to teach and do best practice. So working in the zoo world, you know, you work around dangerous animals, and you have to be fully aware, equally, it’s so incredible to be working around them. So you do want to, you know, learn about them and learn the behaviours is a massive thing. And then teaching that to so many college students, like even people I meet now in family, friends, whatever.

So many people, like I can’t wait to have this snake around my neck, I can’t wait to do this, I can’t wait to do that. And I have to sort of like go right, nice and professional, I understand why people do it, people get so excited about animals. But my background, and it’s something I believe in anyway, is to still teach your animal respect. So, you know, I would love to see all of these animals out in the wild, and you could go out and see them.

Unfortunately, it’s not the case. And, you know, if I could travel to Madagascar, and just sit with chameleons I’d love it, you know, it is one of those things. So for me as if they are in my care, they get the best care. And if I am using them as a business, you know, to go out and educate everybody and anybody, it’s, you know, for them.

So I have a risk assessment 101 Before even people like talk to the animals see the animal, the first thing I talk about is that look, this animal has a certain defence mechanism, it’s got a certain behavioural repertoire. You know, I don’t do snakes around the neck, because especially young children, then the arteries are there, that’s a big fear. If my animal decided to bite, you know, any animal could do that if it wants to, and one of the first places it’s likely to go is somewhere on the face. And for me, that is just not worth the risk. And all the additional paperwork I’d need to fill out, you know, it just it just for me, doesn’t sit right. Y

ou know, the handle and protocols for tarantulas and certain vertebrates have got is they are on a prop. So they are on a piece of bark, I don’t directly do it on hands, because if I did, and that animal was dropped, you know, it’s a natural human reaction to flinch that animals welfare is compromised straight from the off. And you know, that’s an animal that again, is in my care, and they have names, you know, I don’t want Jenny Charlotte and Scarlett to be injured, when they could have that sort of avoided and I do find especially those are my fears and a little bit of sort of nervousness having that helps anyway, you know, the still up close to an animal, literally a piece of cork bark between them, while they’re still eye to eye with an animal, they’re still face to face, they’re still up close, they’re still learning, like the distinction, or we hold the upper third and the lower third, and I’m holding this way, and you’re holding that way.

And we have animal care becoming more of a relevant thing, you know, when I was in a land based college, so it was a massive thing. But you know, it is in colleges, and it is in schools. And for me, like if I was teaching that in my previous job role. And doing that myself, why on earth? Would I not go forward with that? Because I’d just be contradicting everything I’ve ever taught and learn for the last 14 years.

Yeah, so it is very much like me, it was all like, right, I don’t do this, I don’t do that. I don’t do this, that animals show any of these signs, then straight back in, I don’t make them do anything they don’t want to. Because they are my additional babies. You know, and I don’t think it’s fair either. You know, it’s again, I very much like yourself, I’m not vegetarian, but I do have very mixed views, even doing this business because I want to really, really educate people. But I’ve never felt like I say I also just want to sit in the wild and have them out doing what they’re doing.

You know, so it’s very difficult. So if I can give them the best chance of still behave and how they typically would, you know, still act and how we typically would like giving them the best diet, the best requirements that they need. And then educating people in the workplace on the way sorry, and seeing how their mindset changes. And you know, that sort of thing for me that’s worth it.

But yeah, oh my goodness, risk assessments, protocols, policies, inspectors who come out to do the regulation, I think, Oh, my goodness, I sent like, probably 15 to 20 different protocols and policies. Every single event, so yeah, so it’s important to do it a certain way anyway.

Jan Kearney
So what what goes on in one of your workshops? Do you have a typical workshop that you use?

Naomi Ennis
Yeah, so if I was to base it on a school, for example. So at the minute it’s not split up, so I do schools and education, then there’s lots of community stuff, and then there’s some birthdays. That is advertised as a birthday party, but I might as well call it an educational workshop because yes, I do like goodie bags and stuff for the kids and we get a certificate. But I’m still very much like you do it this way you do it that way, and you do it this way.

So a typical Workshop No matter what the scenario is, before I even start, I check all the animals behaviour on a daily basis, they live at home, which is great, because I’m obviously watching them and seeing what we’re doing. And then I assess like, okay, which ones are able to go out today? What size group do I have, who’s likely to respond very well, who doesn’t want to go out today.

And then I get their transport ready, all of the resources, the hygiene stuff, absolutely everything. So my hallway is like, full of everything, than to get all in the car and load it up appropriately and to get to the place and then a setup.

So before even at the place, I have worked about two hours. And then I set up put in the workshop, there are risk assessments GDPR, I follow very heavily, so get permission from parents, family schools, before I post any pictures to make sure you know they are comfortable for me to do so. And then once I’ve done that, I tend to introduce myself, unless it’s a group that I know. So there’s actually quite a lot of regular faces now, which is so amazing coming to New workshops, and which is lovely, but I do an introduction.

So I’ve I you know, set the scene that I’m not a random person with animals and boxes. You know, this is the reason why I’ve done it. This is where I come from. And this is what I’m going to teach you today and you know, have some fun along the way in a very, very exciting way. And then I always start off with the invertebrates first, so the invertebrates always come out first I explained No. Millipede, you know, the wonderful but they will go the toilet on you. Snails, they have the muscle. I’m trying to I know you’re not too keen on these animals.

Jan Kearney
I don’t mind if there’s screen there, so we’re fine. Ands it is spider season isn’t it it at the moment as well as for God’s sake.

Naomi Ennis
We’ve got Incy Wincy. Bob, the kids name ours, they’re everywhere. Yeah, so there’s the invertebrates first, and then what I do is I then work out what I call the big animals. You know, it’s not as big as what I’d like to do. I mean, there’s no chance of having a Komodo dragon in the garden anytime. But for me, you know, the biggest species that people see.

And then I worked my way through like snakes or lizards, hand sanitizers, and in between for bio control, and that sort of stuff, so and then each animal, I’ll introduce, I’ll introduce the names if there’s like 20, stick insects, I get the kids to name them, because then I run out of names at that point, they end up becoming just sticky and Twiggy.

And then for every animal, there’s a handful of facts, if not more, so there’s where do they come from? What do they do? What’s their defence mechanism? How do they do something? Right? You know, cockroaches hiss? Let’s talk about why they hiss. Why are they doing it. And then all the way up to the big ones, you know, the animals, for example, the community and they speak split. So we who climb onto a branch, we’re gonna pretend you’re a tree, you might try and sit on a higher branch up here or something like that.

So there’s the ways to implement, like, what the animals are doing, and make the guests feel as comfortable as they possibly can. At the end of the workshop, I always say thank you, thank you for attending, you know, and supporting a local business for one supporting what I do, it reaffirms, you know, like, last year, you know, it was an idea this year, it’s reality, and it’s, I’m going for it. So we’re just, you know, it makes me feel a lot more confident that yeah, that leap was was worth it.

And then I do provide quite on a lot of occasions, but it’s being refigured out. Again, just looking at the business side, you know, prices are going up. Look at a lot of other previous events that I’ve done, you know, there are things that children or families can take home. So there’s wood and cut outs of the animals that they can do arts and crafts with all of these colouring pages that are created, there’s mazes and word searches as well to get more information.

There’s, you know, my information on my cards, and if you want to follow on social media, do it here, there’s no pressure for anyone to then go and book something, yes, I have a business and that is the idea of people book onto what I’m doing. But for me, it’s just enjoying that moment, and enjoying what people are doing. And seeing, especially like if someone’s nervous, it doesn’t matter if they’re a child or an adult. But as they get older, like this mini fear or big fear, or whatever it is, and then seeing that smile. And then at the end of it, if there are faces that I see again, or something else comes from it, then that’s a win win.

But it’s that moment for me that it’s very much like having all the animals you’ve probably never seen these before. Let’s learn about them. And let’s talk about all the risk assessments that go with each animal. And then here’s some stuff to take away and you know, learn in your own time or whatever. And even now it’s quite nice because I have families messaging and the kids are asking me questions or, you know, I’ve started, like I do social media myself too, like, Have you got a picture, because I’ve been so busy with the animals, I’ve got to forgot to, put one one on here. And, you know, it just it makes a nice community feel.

So typically, that’s a workshop from start to finish introduction, animal 101, like risk assessments, everything, enjoy it, learn new skills. And then there’s a take-home, which comes from my teaching background of having a, you know, a start, I mean, plenary, and then a follow on to the next session. Yeah, so that’s typically what it can vary. It depends what I’m doing where I am, who I’m with, how many guests have I put on my own summer school called, for example, where I hosted different events. So I taught lots of children this year how to health check an animal how to weigh species, you know, then we did food prep, how to get them the best diet? Why is it important the nutrition? Oh, there was another one Oh, habitat building enrichment creation. So taking my background again and going right, this is what we’re gonna do it. It just makes it more fun, doesn’t it? Instead of

Jan Kearney
How many kids have gone home to the parents and gone I want a cockroach is a pet?

Naomi Ennis
oh, my God. This claim disclaim like, I’m so sorry, I’m not responsible for anyone as anyone that they want an animal after this. And then the amount of people like my child really wants a snake now like, well, I can educate you on how to like, get set up this time you’re there. And quite often people take that on board, which is nice. What Yeah, pretty much, I don’t know quite a lot, quite a lot of like, I really want one of these now. And you know, which is is nice, but then you can see that we start going, but I need to research the behaviour. I need to know what they eat. And I might ask, yeah, achievement, definitely.

Jan Kearney
That’s it, isn’t it? It’s awful. I have just clocked the clock. And we’ve been chatting for 25 minutes, I’ve not even glanced at my notes yet! It’s flown by. Before we sort of start winding up, you’ve mentioned that you’re all over social media, and that you’ve got your website. Do you want to tell people how to contact you. And we’ll make so on the video on the website so that people can get get hold of you and follow up with you.

Naomi Ennis
Lovely. So my handle I think it’s called about App thing. So it’s @animalteachLtd for Facebook. But either way if anybody searches animal teach on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Tiktok, the logo you’re looking for is animal teach with a chameleon in the middle. And the slogan is inspire our future and rainbow colours. So that’s a logo to go for.

Obviously, like follow share, if anyone wants the contact details and like contact number and WhatsApp and email that’s all on the website and again on all social medias as well. And then the website has also got a contact form. So if someone’s browsing the website, and they go to the information and contacts or contacts and booking information, there’s a form that you can fill out there and then name where you come from drop a message, I get that email directly to me that way as well. And then I can reply through that through the email that way so it is everywhere. There’s no reason for no one to not find me. I’m just going on everything pretty much on board I can fit in at the minute.

Jan Kearney
I mean, you’ve mentioned because of social media and websites I mean, it’s it’s worldwide you’ve got worldwide reach our ongoing way of getting shouting at me now. It’s shouted at me going will end in 10 minutes. But it’s you are very local in what you do do so you don’t travel much outside of the area. So where do you actually work? I mean, you’re based in Halton. So yeah, how how far out do you do you travel what you go

Naomi Ennis
I’m able to travel up to about I’d say no more than 45 minutes to an hour maximum each way all the time, like I’m preparing set and all the animals are out and vice versa you know getting back as well. So that’s my maximum However, my about probably 99% of my work is Halton and you know I I’ve gone and done some events in Chester, Northwich and Warrington so little bit further afield, but predominantly it is Halton based, which is perfect for me at the minute anyway because I fit in around my husband working shifts and two young children. And so yeah, predominantly Halton, I am able to travel. You know, I am able to go that bit further afield. It just It depends what Jonathon’s working, and where the kids are and I’ve got that timeframe to do it at the minute. But as obviously you know kids grow up and you know lifestyles change and stuff that will become a little bit different. So yeah, mostly Halton and any local area.

Jan Kearney
So before we get cut off is there anything that you want to bring up and talk about? Is there anything that we’ve not covered that you wanted to have a chat about?

Naomi Ennis
No, I’ve had, I’ve had a really nice time. And obviously, I like promoting what I do. And thank you for wanting to chat and always messaging and no one knows who I am. I just appeared I was in the paper last week. Yeah, so No, just a, a big thank you. And I’m happy with what we spoke about, you know, I think I’ve got the message out there that I have certain protocols, and I’m not a typical animal, supplier or whatever. You know, I’m a travelling college more than anything I was doing over. Yeah. So no, I’m quite happy.

Jan Kearney
Oh, that’s fabulous. You know, it was really really lovely. chatting to you, Naomi. was no spiders crawl into like the bathtub. No, no, no.

Naomi Ennis
I’m gonna show it now. I’m gonna feed clean and water them all. And then get all the paperwork done. Yeah. So not a quiet minute

Jan Kearney
ever. Never ended paperwork. So thank you so much for agreeing to chat to me.

Naomi Ennis
No worries.

Jan Kearney
I will get this. downloaded, transcribed and up on the website can’t guarantee dates, but it’ll be once a weekend.

Naomi Ennis
Yeah. Lovely. So we thank you so much.

Jan Kearney
Thank you. Thank you for your time and have a fabulous fine.

Naomi Ennis
Enjoy the rest of your day. Bye bye.

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Connect with Naomi Ennis – Animal Teach

Connect with Naomi Ennis Animal Teach

Website: https://www.animalteach.co.uk
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#HaltonHour Features Naomi Ennis - Animal Teach. Naomi owns Animal Teach, an educational workshop provider that inspires children to connect with the natural world.

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