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Devon Wildlife Trust

Cricklepit Mill, Commercial Rd, Exeter EX2 4AB, United Kingdom

Devon Wildlife Trust
Non-profit organization
56 reviews
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PF98+MJ Exeter, United Kingdom
+44 1392 279244
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Monday: 9–17
Tuesday: 9–17
Wedneasday: 9–17
Thursday: 9–17
Friday: 9–17
Saturday: Close
Sunday: Close
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Exeter Trees
Exeter Trees
This is a wonderful place to visit. For such a small area it has a huge amount of nature value. There are bug hotels, pile of stones, bird boxes, feeders and a small wildlife pond. Many birds and bugs on the times I've visited and the stream is a great place to unwind. The centre inside has friendly staff and plenty of information for anybody wanting to volunteer or learn about nature. The next time you are in town doing shopping I'd recommend making a small detour and have a look around. Not sure of there opening hours, think it is Mon to Fri only.
David McGregor
David McGregor
Excellent venue to learn about Wildlife and tour Environment
Julie Petrie
Julie Petrie
A lovely spot off the city centre. A display of information boards inside and a water wheel and river outside. Very peaceful spot.
Paul Davies
Paul Davies
Couldn't go in but really enjoyed a close examination of the machinery of Cricklepit Mill.
Ajoy Chundee
Ajoy Chundee
These guys do amazing work. It was only until I spent some time talking to one of the Reserve managers that I realised quite how in-depth and important their work is. Definitely a charity worth supporting!
Donna Hutson
Donna Hutson
Really disappointed to arrive and find it is closed for visitors. It would be helpful to put on the website that it is only open for working staff. It just says it is open 9-5 on anything I could find.
Rog32 days ago
I used to be a subscriber, but after a disgraceful display at an agricultural show I have cancelled my subscription. A gentleman with his young child stopped at a DWT stand and enquired about the beaver reintroduction. When he asked how the beaver population was to be monitored and potentially controlled, an aggressive DWT rep completely flew off the handle. Fair play to the gentleman for keeping his cool as she ranted and raved, fortunately another DWT rep ushered her away and an amicable conversation was able to follow. However, if DWT will put forward such maniacal staff to man their stands, they won't be getting another penny out of me.
Julian Read
Julian Read2 years ago
Lovely place walk through the wood and may see a deer or two. Then you can have something great to eat and drink.
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