Plenty to do at the centre for children and adults alike as it has a large play area, craft area, canoes, pond dipping (although restricted to specific times - check the board at the entrance for times!) as well as a lovely long walk through different areas with birds native to different regions of the world (America, Europe, Africa etc). Volunteers and staff are very polite, friendly and enthusiastic about the conservation of the wetlands and are obviously passionate about the centre. Plenty of parking space and nice gift shop. The only real downside was the cafe, which is very expensive. The quality of the food also does not match up to the pricing at all, as it was very basic, for example the children had sausage and chips which were chip shop style sausages and bought-in frozen chips. This would not usually be a problem, unless you are paying nearly £6 for a side plate with 2 sausages and a handful of chips. Definitely bring your own food and drink if you decide to come to this otherwise lovely place.
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