By now we are all aware of the severity of Coronavirus and the impact it will have on our lives in the coming weeks and months.
We wanted to let you know how we are dealing with it at the Avalon Marshes. Safety is our top priority and we are closely monitoring Coronavirus (Covid-19) updates in order to act quickly, and are following advice from the Government and World Health Organisation.
In line with government advice, and to play our part in not spreading Covid-19, we are cancelling all events and volunteer activities until further notice, and will keep this under review as updates emerge.
As regards the Avalon Marshes Centre, Somerset Crafts and the Information Point will be CLOSED until further notice. However, the café and outdoor seating will remain OPEN, as will the public toilets, with Government advice regarding non-entry for those with coughs or fevers.
Our nature reserves are open and remain excellent places to unwind with wildlife, get fresh air, headspace and exercise, away from any crowd if you are not in government advised self-isolation.
Please see the individual partner organisations’ social media and websites for further details. Thank you.
Changes at the Avalon Marshes Centre
A great deal has been going on at the Avalon Marshes Centre this year with the refurbishment of the Craft Centre, expansion of the workshops and start of physical construction of the new offices. Early 2018 is going to bring… Read more…
Christmas at Somerset Crafts
Looking for a Christmas present with a difference, perhaps one which reminds you of the Avalon Marshes? Somerset Crafts, based at the Avalon Marshes’ Craft Centre, is the place to visit! Now fully decorated for the festive season, is the… Read more…
The re-opening of Noah’s and 70 Acres Hides
This October at Natural England’s Shapwick Heath National Nature Reserve saw the opening of the brand new, Defra funded, Noah’s and 70 acres Hides. The old Noah’s Hide, originally built by Melvyn Yandle over 15 years ago was very popular, however… Read more…
Fishy goings on with Walter the Hermit
South West Heritage Trust’s community excavation at Burtle Priory revealed the grave of an adult male, which had been partially cut through by a refuse pit at the Dissolution of the Monasteries. Radiocarbon dating has shown that he died sometime… Read more…