• Parc Slip Nature Reserve and Visitor Centre

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The 300 acre Parc Slip Wildlife Trust Nature Reserve with its Wildlife Trust Visitor Centre has something for everyone. A variety of different habitat types supporting many different species for wildlife enthusiast, a safe area for families to Small Bluediscover and enjoy nature, well -maintained traffic-free cycle tracks, including a 4km stretch of Sustrans National Cycle Route 4 for cyclists and over 10km of tracks for dog walking, with water and free dog waste bags available at in the car park and at the Visitor Centre.There are accessible paths on the Nature Reserve for wheelchairs, walking sticks and for those with sight problems. The Centre and Coffee Shop are fully accessible.

We have a number of wildlife events and activities taking place from the centre, including weekly Reptile Rambles. Visit the website pages for the full events list.

The Coffee Shop is open from Tuesday to Sunday, 10am until 4pm. Come and join us for a walk and follow it up with coffee and cake, watching the birds from the comfort of an armchair!

If you are thinking of taking your dog along with you to a nature reserve, please read and conform to our guidelines for dog walking on nature reserves. This will help us to keep the nature reserves a safe place for wildlife and people.



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The Parc Slip Wildlife Trust Visitor Centre
FREE car park
FREE entry
Coffee Shop serving sandwiches, cakes and hot and cold drinks
Male, female and accessible toilets
Discovery Room with exhibitions, videos, nature table and more. This room is available for hire, please contact us for details on 01656 724100
An events programme, with activities including wildlife surveys and guided walks, is running from the Visitor Centre.
Friendly Parc Slip Ambassadors, who can answer any questions you have about the reserve.
Just click on the tabs above to learn about the Visitor Centre and Coffee Shop, the events running from the centre, the Nature Reserve, the wildlife and the history of the site.



Website : http://www.welshwildlife.org
Twitter : @WTSWW
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