Mobility / Wheelchair Support

The vast majority of areas are wheelchair friendly, with level access throughout. There is a recommended walking route which follows a mixture of tarmac paths and light gravel - which should prove no difficulty for various mobility aids.

In the fun farm area, the grass is nicely maintained so this should not be an issue - weather/mud depending.

The gardens have a natural slope, and some areas have a wooden decked area which is also fully ramped and accessible.

Mobility scooters are available to borrow on-site, where all you need to do is ring the shop in advance (01736 751023) so that they can reserve and sanitise it for you.

The entrance to the Park is via double automatic doors into the gift shop. The reception desk area is also at a suitable height in order to exchange conversation with the staff/booking details.

There is a gentle slope via the shop to the café, where seating is available.

Vision Impairment Support

The vast majority of areas have level access throughout. There is a recommended walking route which follows a mixture of tarmac paths and light gravel - which should prove no difficulty for various mobility aids.

In the fun farm area, the grass is nicely maintained so this should not be an issue - weather/mud depending.

Official assistance dogs are welcome, however the following safety measures are mentioned:

• Please keep your dog on a lead and take it quickly away from any aviary where the birds over-react.

• Please be aware we will have birds flying free around the Park at different times of day. Please keep you dog under control at all times.

• We will let you know if a particular species is at a delicate stage in their breeding cycle and ask you to avoid the area.

A water bowl for dogs is available at the entrance gate to the Park.

Feeding the animals in the fun farm (such as goats and sheep) is a great sensory activity. Free animal food is available via the main reception.

Hearing Impairment Support

No hearing loop systems are currently available.

Please be aware some birds may be flying free around the Park at different times of the day.

Autism support

The park can get noisy at times due to the various different bird sounds, so it recommended you bring your own ear defenders if required.

Feeding the animals in the fun farm (such as goats and sheep) is a great sensory activity. Free animal food is available via the main reception.

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