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Like many other attractions, we will be closing our shops, indoor play centre and rare breed animal areas until December. As a charity, we are of course incredibly disappointed, but understand why this is essential to help save lives, protect the NHS and reduce the spread of Covid-19.

We know how tough the second lockdown will be for people’s mental health and well-being and, in line with the Government’s guidance, people are encouraged to get exercise and recreation with members of their own household.

Sacrewell spans over 55 acres of countryside and public open space. Some areas are permitted to remain open and continue to be used by individuals or households for outdoor exercise and recreation during the lockdown.

Helping people to enjoy the countryside is part of our charitable objectives, so while we do not expect to cover our costs by doing this, we feel that we need to play our part by opening our outdoor spaces as much as permitted to support people with their exercise during this challenging time.

Therefore, after seeking advice, from Saturday 7th November we will open these permitted outdoor spaces at Sacrewell during the lockdown period. All other areas of Sacrewell will, however, need to be closed and restrictions will be in place.

There will be no admission fee. However, we will be significantly limiting the numbers of people to make sure households are not mixing and strict social distancing can be maintained.

There will, however, be a charge to use our car park of £10 per vehicle to help us cover some of our ongoing maintenance costs. A portion of the car park will also be reserved each day for annual pass holders who can use the car park free of charge.

To help us control numbers, all car parking, including annual pass holders, will need to be pre-booked online and reserved prior to your visit. People will be able to attend during the following session times each day:

·         9.00am – 11.00am

·         11.30am – 1.30pm

·         2.00pm – 4.00pm

To control numbers, we sadly will not be able to allow walk-ins or people arriving without a pre-booked parking reservation.

In line with the guidelines, limited takeaway food and drink will also be available from Origin8 cafe.

This will be in place until 2nd December when we hope to be able reopen the whole of Sacrewell for visitors again.

We wish you all the very best during these difficult times, and encourage you to get outdoors for exercise, wherever it might be, as much as you can do in the coming weeks.

Thank you very much for your support during recent months. We look forward to opening Sacrewell properly again for visitors in December.

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  • Car Park Pass £10.00 This ticket is valid for the time and date of your booking and is valid for 1 car only. Please note that this ticket is none refundable. 0 1 max
  • Car Park Pass - Annual Pass Holders Only Free This ticket is valid for the time and date of your booking and is valid for 1 car only and all attendees must be annual pass holders. 0 1 max
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Like many other attractions, we will be closing our shops, indoor play centre and rare breed animal areas until December. As a charity, we are of course incredibly disappointed, but understand why this is essential to help save lives, protect the NHS and reduce the spread of Covid-19.

We know how tough the second lockdown will be for people’s mental health and well-being and, in line with the Government’s guidance, people are encouraged to get exercise and recreation with members of their own household.

Sacrewell spans over 55 acres of countryside and public open space. Some areas are permitted to remain open and continue to be used by individuals or households for outdoor exercise and recreation during the lockdown.

Helping people to enjoy the countryside is part of our charitable objectives, so while we do not expect to cover our costs by doing this, we feel that we need to play our part by opening our outdoor spaces as much as permitted to support people with their exercise during this challenging time.

Therefore, after seeking advice, from Saturday 7th November we will open these permitted outdoor spaces at Sacrewell during the lockdown period. All other areas of Sacrewell will, however, need to be closed and restrictions will be in place.

There will be no admission fee. However, we will be significantly limiting the numbers of people to make sure households are not mixing and strict social distancing can be maintained.

There will, however, be a charge to use our car park of £10 per vehicle to help us cover some of our ongoing maintenance costs. A portion of the car park will also be reserved each day for annual pass holders who can use the car park free of charge.

To help us control numbers, all car parking, including annual pass holders, will need to be pre-booked online and reserved prior to your visit. People will be able to attend during the following session times each day:

·         9.00am – 11.00am

·         11.30am – 1.30pm

·         2.00pm – 4.00pm

To control numbers, we sadly will not be able to allow walk-ins or people arriving without a pre-booked parking reservation.

In line with the guidelines, limited takeaway food and drink will also be available from Origin8 cafe.

This will be in place until 2nd December when we hope to be able reopen the whole of Sacrewell for visitors again.

We wish you all the very best during these difficult times, and encourage you to get outdoors for exercise, wherever it might be, as much as you can do in the coming weeks.

Thank you very much for your support during recent months. We look forward to opening Sacrewell properly again for visitors in December.