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Mallydams Woods

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maggiewillow4 wrote a review Oct 2016
Hastings, United Kingdom26 contributions17 helpful votes
I carry a cat basket about in my car in case I come across any injured animals in the road.(seagulls mostly)and Mallydams is always there to love and nurture them back to health.They have fun day,s for kids and I once took a group of old ladies there to have an amble in their woods,they loved it.
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Date of experience: October 2016
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Sharna W wrote a review Jun 2016
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Mallydams is closed to the public for most of the year, but that makes it's open days even more special. The woodland is beautiful and well maintained, the air is full of birdsong and the events they hold are great to pop along to! They also do a lot to help sick, injured and orphaned wildlife, so you know any money raised is going to a good cause.
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Date of experience: October 2015
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SanLeonardoDelMar wrote a review Aug 2012
Hastings, United Kingdom275 contributions107 helpful votes
Mallydams woods is a nature reserve and wildlife rehabilitation centre ran by the RCPSA to help injured animials back into the wild. There is a wildlife centre and 55 acres of woods. There are loads of special events throughout the year where the wood is open to the public such as guided walks, overnight camps, trails, treasure hunts, night walks, and talks. The wood is very well looked after and peaceful and full of wild life and there are raised walkways throughout enabling wheelchair and buggy access to the woods. The centre also does excellent work looking after injurd land and sea wildlife and you can visit the centre to see the work they are doing.
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Date of experience: September 2011
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