I've been here a few times and often walk around the nature reserve observing the rabbits and other wildlife. There is an abudance of butterlies and dragonflies in the summer months and blackberries in the autumn. Sometimes I have pulled my own veg (donation given) from the community garden. Visitor centre is interesting and informative and they serve a lovely pot of tea too. The workshops are worth getting involved in when they hold them-my son made a lovely clay pot and spaceship last year! The pond is lovely and the artshack interesting. Worth visiting on a summer's afternoon for a bit of peace and quiet.
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