Steven Cheshire (WWT) 2012
Brandon Marsh Nature Centre is the headquarters of the Warwickshire Wildlife Trust. Set in 220 acres, the Reserve, consists of large pools created by gravel extraction. The Visitor Centre is a great place to visit including a Tea Room and well stocked gift shop.
Around the Visitor Centre you’ll find the Orchard, mouse maze, bird watching hides, Education garden, Sensory garden, as well as an under-cover picnic area. Then it's off to the Onyx Nature Trail which guides you around the wildlife habitats of the nature reserve.
The Nature Reserve
This reserve contains large areas of pools created by gravel extraction. It consists of reedbeds, willow carr, grassland and woodland. It is outstanding for birds and there are eight bird hides throughout the reserve.
Gift Shop and Badgers Tearoom
Watch the birds on our busy feeders while enjoying a cup of tea and a slice of cake in Badgers Tearoom. The tearoom serves a variety of hot and cold beverages, fresh cakes, and a comprehensive menu of snacks and meals. Paninis, baguettes and jacket potatoes are just a few examples of the regular menu - and if you drop by before 11:45am you can enjoy the famous full breakfast! Afterwards you can browse our ecology and wildlife library, we have lots of books to loan or to read on the day. If you’d rather buy a book to keep then we have a wide selection available in our gift shop. The shop is also well stocked with animal homes, bird seed, bird feeders and an extensive range of gifts and confectionery.
The Education Centre
Brandon Marsh Nature Centre includes the Lafarge Education Centre - a purpose-built classroom, home to School Visits to Brandon for a variety of curriculum-related activities. Outside there is our Education garden, which also has a mud kitchen for messy play. We also have children's activities during the school holidays, and even Really Wild Birthday Parties. For grown-ups we also have a programme of Events and guided walks.
The Sensory Garden
After 1500 volunteer hours, the first chapter in the story of how our garden grew is complete with the official opening of the Sensory Garden at Brandon Marsh Visitor Centre in 2012.
Please telephone 024 7630 8999 for more up-to-date information
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