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28 June 2012
This is a Summary Access Statement. A full access statement is available to download from this page.
Ground level access with no steps or kerbs. Entry through double doors. One level with step-free access throughout. Surface lino and tiles in the toilets. Three seats are next to the entrance. Lowered counter section. Good lighting. A magnifying glass, pen and paper available at the counter. Staff available to assist. Binocular hire. No shop.
Access the trails through the visitor centre by a hard path. Paths linking the hides are generally flat with some grass areas, Some parts of the paths are narrow, but passing places are provided. Paths are level and low gradient ramps are provided for bridges. Seating available along paths.
Nine viewing hides on the reserve with level or access ramps (some steep). Hides have adapted sections for wheelchair access. Live camera in the visitor centre.
Visitor toilets including a unisex accessible toilet at the rear of the visitor centre. Baby-changing facilities.
Hot and cold drinks accessible from a seated position. Staff available to assist. Nearby food outlets at Rye House and a small parade of shops.
Two picnic areas next to the car park, Seven benches, four have wheelchair spaces. Behind the visitor centre are four benches with priority to school groups. Visitors are welcome to consume their own food and drink here.
Classroom can be divided into two rooms. Spacious with a flexible layout. Step-free, level access throughout with a vinyl floor covering. Good lighting.
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