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28 October 2014
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The Wash

The Wash Facts

address: The Wash, Lincolnshire and Norfolk.
tel: English Nature - 01733 455000
Boston Council Tourism - 01205 356656
fax:English Nature - 01733 568834
email:enquiries@english-nature.org.uk
ticboston@boston.gov.uk
prices:Open access.
open:Open access. The best times to visit the site are between May and June, or during the autumn and winter.
parking: The two main car parks are at Clenchwarton and Sutton Bridge.
access: There is easy walking at the site, so disabled access is possible, although wheelchair access is not.
transport: The Wash National Nature Reserve is situated near Kings Lynn and Sutton Bridge. There is a bus from Kings Lynn to Sutton Bridge, followed by a two mile walk to the reserve. There are public footpaths along the seawall in the Lutton Outmarsh
section of the Nature Reserve and between the River Nene and the River
Ouse. Boat trips to see the seals are available daily from Hunstanton during the
summer.
toilets:The nearest toilets and refreshment facilities are situated in Sutton Bridge, or Kings Lynn.
food:The nearest refreshments are d in Sutton Bridge or Kings Lynn.
shop:Shops in main towns.
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English Nature
Lincolnshire County Council
RSPB
Boston Tourism

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