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Making a booking for a visit to the
Habitat Survival Trust

The Habitat Survival Trust welcomes organised parties of children accompanied by teacher(s) on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays between the months of April through to the end of October.

In past years, visits have proved to be popular with the school children and teachers alike. We have received great comments from teachers, one in particular you may find interesting is entitled "Paradise Found"

We normally only allow one visit per day and in many cases this means arriving between 10:00 - 11:00am and leaving between 2:00 - 3:00pm. These times can vary to meet your needs. Self supportive organisations, such as Scouts may attend our facility in evenings by prior arrangement up to a maximum of 1½ hours.

Want to make a start?

After checking the Calendar dates shown on the right, either ring our Booking Administrator, David Evasonon 01564 793260 to discuss a future visit; OR if you want to make an immediate reservation make a booking online as follows:

To make a BOOKING, click Booking Calendar and you will be taken to our Booking Calendar. If you wish to speak with our Booking Administrator, David Evason, he can be contacted at 01564 793260.
Please Note: The Login Key Login Key is for our Administrative Use only!

On our booking calendar, simply click on the date you wish to visit us and then confirm the date and complete the form details and click on the "Send Completed Enquiry" button and you should see the the date you selected should now show that is Reserved.

If you are not comfortable using our Booking Calendar, then please either:
complete our Booking Form or ring David Evason on 01564 793260.

Please Note: In order to comply with the booking conditions of Habitat Survival Trust, we ask that you will ensure
the following issues are ALL met prior to the visit:-

1. You will arrange transport to and from the HST site.
2. You will ensure that coaches drop children off at kerbside only (there is ample parking space on-site for minibuses, cars,etc.
3. You will arrange for children to bring a packed lunch and drink ( hots drinks are available on site for teacher/supervisors ). Also we advise that children should bring their own wellies; a change of socks and trousers in case they get wet.
4. You will carry out your own site inspection and risk assessment before the visit ( a generic risk assessment is available on request).
5. Except by prior arrangement you will ensure that children numbers are limited to 30 and generally fit in the age range of 6-12 yrs. unless otherwise arranged in advance.

All visits to the Habitat Survival Trust Workshop are FREE Paradise Found - article from a School's newsletter
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