New arrivals in Bowdleflodeland

Bowdleflode News No. 10 – December 2018


New Arrivals

There’s always lots going on in the world of the Bowdleflodes with children’s fantasy animals galore arriving all the time to be looked after in the Bowdleflode Zoo. Please do get your child‘s or grandchild’s school involved as we begin to build the biggest online zoo in the world. Primary Schools, in particular, seamlessly fit this project into their art classes and every child gets their very own free webpage with their own fantasy animal featured.

Here is a selection:

The Bowdleflode Project encourages creativity in children with its online fantasy zoo but also aims to concentrate minds on the fate of Endangered Species on Planet Earth.


The Worf arrives!

This wonderful WORF has just arrived in the Bowdleflode Zoo sent by a 5 year old girl from Bosham Primary School in West Sussex.


Visitors to The Bowdleflodes

Cedric Bowdleflode with two friends in the Bowdleflode office barn in October 2018.

Children regularly visit the Bowdleflodes HQ, in West Ashling, near Chichester, with their parents, to meet Cedric and his friends and hear the author Neil Lawson Baker reading some of the Bowdleflode Stories. There is always a warm welcome and a visit can easily be arranged by emailing

Author visits School

Neil also visits schools to meet the children in their art classes.  Here he is with a small group at Slindon College.

Slindon College boys on 21st November with their Bowdleflode certificates all signed by Queen Charlotte.

New VIP Zookeeper arrives

Here is the new volunteer Zookeeper at the Bowdleflode Zoo.  His name is Monsieur Croconoir and he has been sent to help in the zoo by the famous street artist Thierry Noir.

The Bowdleflode Project Mission – Supporting Endangered Species

News about Endangered Species floods in daily and it is our mission to bring the numerous worldwide problems to the attention of all our readers and especially to try to engage children at a very young age to be aware of the problems facing Planet Earth.

Photo by Ulet Ifansasti Greenpeace



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We bring you news from a number of leading zoos across the UK, as well as from organisations such as Greenpeace, Flora and Fauna International, WWF and others.