Beale Park

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Beale Park is an outdoor wildlife park about 40 mins drive from Marlow out past Reading. There is plenty enough to keep all ages of kids occupied for most of the day between the animals, play areas, large outdoor paddling pool, sand, train ride and other exhibits. It’s definitely worth the drive if you fancy a day out somewhere different.

I need to get some new pictures as the ones I have above don’t really do it justice – it’s worth looking at their website to see more www.bealepark.org.uk

Where/When

Beale Park, Lower Basildon, Reading RG8 9NW

The open season runs from February 8th to November 4th: during these dates we are open 7 days a week. Low season opening times are 10am until 5pm (8th Feb to 21st Mar).  High Season opening times are 10am until 6pm (22nd Mar to 31st Sept)

Prices

High Season (22nd March until 30th Sept)

Adults £11.00, Senior Citizens £9.50, Children £9.00, Under 2’s FREE

Low Season (8th Feb until 21st March)

Adults £8.00, Senior Citizens £6.50, Children £6.00, Under 2’s FRE

More Information

Visit their website www.bealepark.org.uk or phone 01189 767 480

 

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11 hours ago

Beale Wildlife Park

We were delighted to be joined by volunteers from Swan Support (@swan_support) for our Bird Feeding Friday earlier today.

This project is funded by the Countryside Stewardship Scheme and provides us with funding to feed farmland birds on our wider-estate through the winter. This ensures that they are healthy and fit for breeding in the spring and improves bio-diversity.

To find out more about the birds that this feeding programme attracts click on the link below.

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5 days ago

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The Otter pup at Beale Wildlife Park taking his first swim. Be prepared for some serious cute moments in the footage. The daily Keeper Talks about the Otters is at 2pm. A huge thank you to Kira in our Animal Team for capturing the footage. ... See MoreSee Less

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Good morning everyone. If you are planning to visit us today, please note, we have had to close off some of the gardens due to flooding.

We also discovered that the clue on the family trail about the collective noun of our Cabybara family blew away in the wind! We have relocated it to the fence line near to the Japanese bridge.

We look forward to welcoming you today.
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Hello everyone. We are open from 10.00am as usual but parts of the garden are closed due to flooding.

At 10.30am there is the opportunity to make a bird box in the Education Centre (there is a charge of £5 per box).

This afternoon you get get up close with some of our bugs at the Meet the Bugs session from 1.30pm.

We look forward to welcoming you to the Park.
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2 weeks ago

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Tomorrow (Wednesday) there will be the opportunity to build a bird box for your garden (there is a £5 charge for materials) - this is at 10.30am.

Later in the day, there is the chance to 'Meet our Bugs' and chat with members of our Animal Team about the bugs and other animals in the Park.

Come along and discover more about our wildlife.
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