What a charming place this is! We went today and spent a most interesting and enjoyable afternoon there.
The birds are kept in as natural surroundings as possible and they are all treated so well. Many of them, although tethered, are not behind wire and you can see them very clearly. we could even touch some of them. After wandering through the woodland looking at the owls and other birds of prey we came into a clearing where we found people holding the birds and the keepers giving talks. We were sorry not to see them flying. I'm not sure why they could not fly them today but suspect it might have been because of the weather.
The tea room was not exactly functioning although the man who takes the entrance fees offered to make us a cup of tea. The only disappointment really was the mobile toilet which was not really up to scratch.
As pensioners we only paid £4 each and it was certainly very good value for money.
Can't wait to go back again.
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