Happy New Year!

Friday, January 1st 2021

It has been a cold start to the year at Foxglove with parts of the lake freezing over; the Mallards have been walking over the ice to get their daily rations!

The reserve is closed today (New Year's Day) but in line with government guidelines the carparks, outdoor trails and public toilets will remain open from tomorrow.  Indoor areas of the attraction will be closed to the public.

Before you visit, please check our response to the covid-19 situation. 

On behalf of the staff and members of the Management Group, a Happy New Year to all of our supporters, we look forward to seeing you in 2021. Finally, thank you to Roger Suddaby for the photographs of the icy lake!

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