Chuckle brother to open tropical butterfly house

A general shot of a butterfly Credit: PA

One half of the TV comedy act 'The Chuckle Brothers' is to open a brand new exhibit at the Tropical Butterfly House, Wildlife and Falconry Centre near Sheffield today.

'Lemur Heights' is a brand new walk-through exhibit which is home to ten Ring-tailed Lemurs and three Red-Ruffed Lemurs. Want to know more? Click here.

The television personality, who is from Rotherham, plans to bring his granddaughters to the event too as he cuts the red ribbon and reveals an official plaque to commemorate the occasion.

Lemur Heights has taken approximately six months to construct, with the building work completed almost entirely by the park's owner and five other members of staff.

The Tropical Butterfly House first opened in 1996 after the Butterfly House was constructed. The centre has continued to improve and grow in popularity, with the additions of animals from around the world, including many endangered species.