Anglers is a 64 hectare country park four miles south - east of Wakefield. It is known for migratory birds, and the site consists of a lake, surrounded by grassland, woodland, and a wetland area. It has an accessible visitor centre and has an informative display about Squire Waterton who created the first nature reserve on his estate in the nineteenth century.
All on one level - no steps. External doors are NOT automatic.
Information about the toilets has not been added for this venue.
Reception staff in the visitor centre.
The venue says it has...
- Disabled Access
- Induction Loop
- Disabled Parking
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