England leaves this latest lockdown period tomorrow, Wednesday 2 December. For many this means an easing of restrictions. However here in Lincolnshire we are in tier 3 of Covid restrictions. So in practical terms there will not initially be much changing on the reserve.
Our hides and picnic benches at Frampton will remain closed. We are also not running most events, though there may be a self-led Christmas treasure trail. We will have a Covid-secure welcome point available daily from 10am - 4pm. This will either be outdoors or from our new, temporary, Welcome Hut.
Our friendly team will be on-hand to answer questions and to make your visit enjoyable. We are also offering a delicious selection of take-away drinks and snacks, available from our welcome point. Card payments preferred.
We continue to ask that all visitors, except those who are exempt from doing so, please wear a face-covering while in our toilets.At Freiston, the hide will remain closed, but the rest of the reserve will be open as usual.In view of the reduced facilities at Frampton the entry charge will remain at the reduced level of £1.50 for adults, 75p for children. The facilities charge at Freiston will remain as £1 per car. RSPB members continue to get free access at both sites.
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