Welcome back! As restrictions ease further in England, we’re excited to continue to have many of our facilities OPEN for your visit! Here’s a summary of what’s available
 Car park
 Visitor centre, staffed Welcome Point
 Nature reserve trails
 Hides
 Toilets
 Café Lite and outdoor seating, plus take away also available.  Card payments preferred
 Self-guided family trails and activities
 Uniform group meetings
The following facilities continue to be CLOSED for now:
 indoor seating
 Saturdays until August
 HWMT hides, Otter and Warbler
We’re delighted to have you back and want you to have an enjoyable and comfortable experience here:
 In line with Government recommendations, we ask that all visitors, unless exempt, please continue to wear a face covering in our indoor spaces including hides. Our teams will be doing the same.
    Please be mindful of other people’s space, particularly indoors and on narrow sections of our paths.
 Please #RespectProtectEnjoy the special wildlife here and each other – keeping to the paths, following signage on site and directions from our friendly team.
 If you are visiting us on the way to RSPB nature reserves in other parts of the UK, please be mindful that restrictions may differ there. For the latest RSPB Covid-19 updates across the country, please visit: rspb.org.uk/reservesupdate
 Thank you for your continued support. See you soon!
#RespectProtectEnjoy
Hides
 We’re pleased that our hides continue to be open for your visit!
Here’s a summary:
 In line with Government recommendations, we ask that all visitors, unless exempt, please continue to wear a face covering in our hides. Our teams will be doing the same.
 As our hides can quickly become busy at peak times, seating continues to be set apart to ensure everyone has a comfortable and enjoyable visit. Please be mindful of other peoples’ space.
 You'll spot that we've still got maximum numbers signposted at the entrance to busy hides, Draper and Kingfisher Hub, to ensure a comfortable and enjoyable experience, so please consider the amount of time you dwell in them on busy days, to allow everyone the opportunity to enjoy the wonderful wildlife in comfort here. If you arrive at the hide and it is full then please wait outside until someone moves on or call back to it later.
 Please continue to use the hand sanitiser provided on entry to the hides.
 July is a fantastic month for spotting all sorts of wonderful wildlife from the hides and around the trails here. Don’t forget to let us know what you spot.
We can’t wait to see you!
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