We visited today and just managed to catch the 2.30pm talk with Joe in the auditoreum. What a fabulous, charasmatic man who held the attention of the mixed audience with a funny and factual account on bee keeping. Very highly recommended!!! Alot of work had been carried out in the working part of the exhibit since our last visit which gave us some new information to read and digest. We really enjoyed the afternoon. However, our visit was somewhat let down by the quality of service in the cafe. My husband had a lovely panini....however, the salad with my jacket potato consisted of yellow lettuce (only fit to feed a rabbit) and the red onion was limp and not very fresh. The quality of the chilli (what there was of it) was very poor and half of my jacket was rotten. When I took it back the woman that served me was extremely rude. I did not want a replacement because the meal wadn't very pleasant but she spoke to me like a dog!!! Maybe a course in customer service would be of value to her? The rest of the staff we came into contact with were kind, friendly and a credit to the attraction and this rudeness will not stop us from returning again in the future.
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