As we move into Spring and some lockdown restrictions ease, we’re pleased to have some visitor facilities open again in the Aire Valley.
Both Fairburn Ings and St Aidan’s are open for local exercise and recreation, in line with current guidelines – please continue to avoid unnecessary travel, and enjoy your local nature reserves and green spaces.
We want everyone who is able to visit us to be able to do so safely and comfortably, so please follow all current Government guidance around face coverings, social distancing, group sizes and hygiene as well as following signage on-site.
For the latest RSPB Covid-19 updates please visit: http://bit.ly/ReservesCovidUpdates
At Fairburn Ings we are currently offering a takeaway refreshment service from the Visitor Centre entrance, which is open 9.30am – 5pm, Fridays – Tuesdays. Please note that we will be accepting card payments only.
Our car park is open daily (6am- 8pm) and trails are open as normal – please follow the one-way system around the Discovery Trail to help with social distancing.
Our toilets, accessible toilets and baby change are open daily, 9.30am - 5pm. We ask that all visitors, except those who are exempt from doing so, wear a face-covering in our toilets.
Our play area, pond dipping platform and hides remain closed, with the exception of Village Bay Hide.
At St Aidan's we are offering a takeaway refreshment service from the Visitor Centre entrance, which is open 9.30am – 5pm, Fridays – Tuesdays. Please note that we will be accepting card payments only.
The car park is open daily (6am- 8pm), and trails are open daily as normal.
Our toilets, located in the car park, will be open daily from 9.30am to 5pm. Accessible toilets and baby change are located in the visitor centre - if you require the use of these facilities during your visit, please ask a member of staff or call the centre on 0113 232 0529. We ask that all visitors, except those who are exempt from doing so, wear a face-covering in our toilets.
Photo credit: Puddle- Sophie Hutchinson.
We spend 90% of net income on conservation, public education and advocacy
The RSPB is a member of BirdLife International. Find out more about the partnership
© The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB) is a registered charity: England and Wales no. 207076, Scotland no. SC037654
Accepting all non-essential cookies helps us to personalise your experience
These cookies are required for basic web functions
Allow us to collect anonymised performance data
Allow us to personalise your experience