We’re excited to be able to re-open some of our facilities for you as of 3 December!
Both sites are in Tier 3, so here's a summary of what’s available in the Aire Valley.
(Photo credit: Andy Hay)
At Fairburn Ings our visitor centre and shop offering take away refreshments will be open Monday- Tuesday, Friday- Sunday, 10am- 4pm as of Friday 4 December. The visitor centre and shop will be closed on Wednesdays and Thursdays.
Our car park will be open daily (6am- 6pm) and trails are open daily as normal (with one-way systems in place on some of our trails to allow for social distancing)
Our toilets, accessible toilets and baby change will be open daily (10am- 4pm). We continue to ask that all visitors, except those who are exempt from doing so, please wear a face-covering while in our toilets.
Our hides (excluding Village Bay), play area and pond dipping remain closed.
Please follow all current Government guidance around social distancing, who you can visit with, hygiene and follow all signage on-site.
We urge you to also follow Government guidance on non-essential travel and please stay local to your nearest reserves and greenspaces.
(Photo credit: Rosie Dutton)
At St Aidan's our visitor centre offering take away refreshments will be open on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday, 10am- 4pm, as of Thursday 3 December. Closed Tuesdays and Fridays. The car park will be open daily (6am- 6pm) and trails are open daily as normal.
Our toilets will be open daily (10am- 4pm) including accessible toilets and baby change which are located in the visitor centre. If you require the use of these facilities during your visit please see staff or call the centre on 0113 232 0529. We continue to ask that all visitors, except those who are exempt from doing so, please wear a face-covering while in our toilets.
When visiting us please follow all current Government guidance around social distancing, maximum group sizes, hygiene and follow all signage on-site.
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