Took in this RSPB nature reserve as it formed part of a walk, which began at Ledston. Very impressed at the amount information conveyed at various points of interest (particularly good aimed at kids), the different trails which people could pursue. It's a lovely location, quite wooded and good paths. However, I do have a criticism; following the signs for the hides. On the Riverbank Walk, spent a lot of time passing signs for hides but it was 20 minutes before we came across one. Thought we'd missed something. Signage giving distances would have been helpful. First hide was full and then that appeared to be it. We continued. We stopped at a 'band stand'. Not sure if this was the second hide or not. No information. Onwards, don't recall signage to the third hide.