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10 September 2012
This is a Summary Access Statement. A full access statement is available to download from this page.
Seven steps with handrails or a 1 in 12 ramp. Unassisted doors. Step free, level access throughout. Non-slip vinyl floor. Natural and artificial lighting. A magnifying glass, pen and pad of paper are available at the counter. Staff available to assist. Binoculars are available to loan.
Four main trails. Usually width for 2 wheelchairs to pass except some boardwalks. All trails, except the Discovery Trail, have kissing gates. Regular seating and rest points.
Four bird hides and four shelters. Steps or ramps provides. Level entry to all hides. All hides have fixed bench seats.
A unisex accessible toilet provided in addition to ladies and gents. Baby changing facilities provided.
Drinks machine and fridges holding cold drinks that can be accessed from a seated position. The catering area is self-service; however, staff can assist on request. The nearest public toilet with an accessible WC is located near the main entrance approximately 20 m away.
Two classrooms in the Visitor Centre with level entry from the shop. Step-free, level access throughout. Non-slip vinyl surface. Artificial lighting.
Eight picnic tables and benches (two with spaces for a wheelchair user). Sandwiches and drinks are available from the café; however, visitors are free to bring their own refreshments with them for picnics.
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