Badger Hide

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Suffolk Wildlife Trust

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Location address: 10 minutes drive from Sproughton, Ipswich, IP
Chosen age group:

Ages: children 7 - 18 · adults 18+ years

Available tickets:
Saturday ticket £16 per sessionWeekday ticket £12 per session
Next date: Monday 17th Jun,
A summary
Visit the ‘Margaret Grimwade badger hide’ for an intimate evening with these sociable mammals. Viewing runs evenings April to September and is located west of Ipswich. IMPORTANT: After payment has been accepted you will receive a confirmation email containing a web address for you copy and paste into your browser. This will open a pdf file containing the specific hide location, directions, maps and all the details you need for an amazing wildlife watching experience. Essentials you need to know before booking - please click 'read more' below Arrival times: April, May, August, September – 7pm Arrival times: June, July – 7.30pm Suitable for children aged 7 and above only. Places on all evenings must be booked and paid for in advance. All places incur a 5% booking fee in addition to ticket price. Places are non-refundable unless cancelled by Suffolk Wildlife Trust. No form of photography or film is permitted. Access is by way of a 100-metre sloped grass track through trees. Not suitable for wheelchairs. There are no toilets on site. Badgers are wild creatures. Although viewing has a very high success rate we can’t 100% guarantee badgers will always turn up. Terms & Conditions at 'Badgers feeding right in front of the hide for over 30 minutes - they came so close - awesome!' Give as a gift Purchase Badger Watch vouchers in our online shop - these make fantastic wildlife experience gifts. For more information please ring 01473 890089 Mon-Fri 09.30 - 16.30 'One of them came right up to the glass in front of us - wonderful, best Friday night ever.'
About your mentor
Suffolk Wildlife Trust
For Suffolk For Wildlife For Everyone
Suffolk Wildlife Trust is the county's nature charity – the only organisation dedicated wholly to safeguarding Suffolk’s wildlife and countryside. The Trust has led local nature conservation efforts in Suffolk for six decades and has saved some of the county's most important wildlife sites as nature reserves. Currently caring for nearly 8000 acres of some of Suffolk's most inspiring wild places. Our nature reserves are open to enjoy whenever you wish, there is no charge - instead we ask you to help us look after them by becoming a member. With our network of nature reserves and engagement centres, the Trust's commitment to learning in nature is unparalleled in Suffolk.
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Where we'll be
B113, 10 minutes drive from Sproughton, Ipswich, Suffolk, IP
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Cancellation Policy
No refunds are given except in the case of a cancellation by the Mentor.

My experience consists of a leisure activity, on a specific date(s), and therefore the 14-day ‘cooling off period’ under the Consumer Contracts Regulations 2013 does not apply.