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Private Photo Walk - Iconic London Landmark Instagrammable
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Private Photo Walk - Iconic London Landmark Instagrammable

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Say hi to a brand new experience: the Iconic London Photoshoot Walking Tour! <br><br>WHY THIS IS THE BEST PHOTO TOUR<br><br>1. Roam the city with a top photographer dedicated to taking the best photos of you! <br><br>2. Pre shoot experience: a successful shoot doesn't begin on the day! Book at least 3 days in advance and we'll be in touch to offer a virtual consultation and we'll take time to know you! Everyone can be photogenic, and we'll teach you those hacks <br><br>3. We will visit SEVEN locations! In fact, it's the most efficient route to explore the most important parts of London possible.<br><br>4. This tour is private so it's just you and your friends (max party of 5).<br><br>5. Professional aftercare. We'll stay in touch after the shoot, you'll get an online portal with your photo proofs and you're welcome to free consultations to help you get the right print and photobook products.
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boyd1952 wrote a review Oct 2020
Newton Aycliffe, United Kingdom754 contributions214 helpful votes
We arrived just after 12 on 25/10/20. Greeted by a gentalman at the door giving us all Covid instructions. We had come to use the cafe which you can do for free. Once again a warm greeting by staff everything there at entrance, track and trace and hand sanitizer. Shown to a table with a menu, order taken and our drinks and food arrived nicely presented and tasted lovely. Had a look in the well stocked shop.Great visit with everything that is needed in place. All staff pleasant and welcoming in these strange times.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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mark w wrote a review Oct 2020
Yarm, United Kingdom1,049 contributions148 helpful votes
We visited late morning on a Wednesday. Good car parking and COVID management. We walked around the lakes on a sunny breezy chilly day. Very scenic views of the area. We watched swans across a lake. The shop is well stocked with reasonable quality material and the staff were friendly and informative. We will return
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Laura T wrote a review Oct 2020
Middlesbrough, United Kingdom3,801 contributions413 helpful votes
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We visited one sunny day in September whilst on our staycation (thanks covid19!) and had a very enjoyable wander around the fields and marshes. We arrived 9.30am and it was very quiet. We were given a warm welcome by staff at the reception, who provided us with a (very useful!) map and lots of good advice to enjoy our day. Entry is £3 each per adult, but parking is free. Closest to the visitors centre there is lots to see and do. Kids would have great fun in the Discovery Zone area, we enjoyed walking around to have a quick look at everything. We really loved the amazing wooden Wonderland sculptures in this area too - the Mad Hatter tea party is fantastic! There are many other wooden sculptures to discover throughout the park (mole, sheep, frogs etc) but the Wonderland one was really impressive. We were lucky enough to have this area to ourselves, as we arrived early mid-week around 9.30am. There were several hides and dens to explore too. We then decided to take the largest loop on the map - The Wilderness Trail. Unfortunately this was a bit boring as took us through fields and not really near any lakes, I think the water levels were really low when we visited. Still we did enjoy some lovely views of the reserve and the industrial backdrop. Then we met with the Wildflower Walk and looped back. There is a lot more to see and do on these paths closest to the visitors centre. I did expect to see more birds! but only ever saw a few flying around in the distance, or floating on the distant ponds. To be honest I probably see more birds on any one of the nature walks we take through the countryside! We did pass several older men with huuuuge binoculars/lenses on cameras as it got later in the morning, so imagine that this is the way to see the birds - sit patiently in one of the dens for extended periods of time with a very good pair of binoculars! Possibly more aimed at experts/bird enthusiasts, still we very much enjoyed our morning here! We arrived 9.30am and left around 12.30pm. I would look upon it more as a pleasant stroll though, rather than expect to see huge amounts of birds. We did have several up-close encounters with a rabbits though! and also 2 hares! There is a large children's play area which looks great fun! and a few picnic benches here. There is also a small garden to look around near to the visitors centre. Exit was via the gift shop. Toilets are near reception. Masks are required to be worn inside the visitors centre and also in the hides/dens. I checked the website prior to our visit and this seems to be one of few places you can visit now-a-days without having to pre-book in advance. We just arrived on the day and bought our tickets at the reception, free parking.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Response from CraigM3094, Visior experience at RSPB Saltholme
Responded Oct 4, 2020
Thank you for the lovely review. These are strange times for us all and we're doing our best to keep things as normal as possible for out visitors. We hope to see you again soon.
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Amanda P wrote a review Jan 2020
Barnard Castle, United Kingdom3 contributions
I attended their first Eco Fair and had a very enjoyable day out with my stall. The day was spent chatting to many of the 500ish people who turned up for the fair. A wide variety of stalls selling an abundance of environmentally friendly products and plenty to keep all ages interested and entertained. All staff were extremely welcoming and helpful which made the day most pleasant. I will definitely return.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Response from CraigM3094, Visitor Experience Officer at RSPB Saltholme
Responded Jan 29, 2020
Thanks for the lovely comments, we're very pleased that so many people enjoyed the eco fair and we're already looking into future events.
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111TWIGAMINHAAFRIKA wrote a review Nov 2019
Bristol, United Kingdom5,630 contributions649 helpful votes
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Easy to find and plenty of secure parking, free entry as a long standing member of the RSPB. This is a transformed area, a place for birds to act at one with nature and a place where the human can observe at close quarter the unique behaviour patterns of a variety of bird and wildlife. A very friendly and informative welcome, excellent visitor centre where we took advantage of a hot breakfast, delicious... Work is taking place here at present but that did not spoil us from hitting several trails, enjoying the excellent hides, observing birds and gathering information. A very interesting booklet that accompanies RSPB Saltholme and tells the story of Saltholme, the farming, the Salt works, the wildlife/birds and the second world war, great value priced at £4.95. A beautiful place to be...
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Response from CraigM3094, Visitor Experience Officer at RSPB Saltholme
Responded Dec 16, 2019
Thank you for the lovely review, we hope to see you again soon.
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