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I've visited Raystede a couple of times now. Always really helpful and friendly staff. It's so lovely that the animals are allowed to interact with public...or not ! if they don't feel like it, it is after all their 'sanctuary'. They have a friends supporters...More
I used to love coming here and took my kids all the time. I always gave a donation or bought something from the café / shop as I appreciate it's a good cause. Recently I'm finding all the chuggers a bit much however and it's...More
The sanctuary covers a lot of space and the animals have good accommodation. As a visitor it would have been nice to see more of them. I saw hardly any dogs, cats or rabbits. I mainly saw geese, ducks and some donkeys & ponies. I...More
Popped along with my wife and four year old and had a wonderful time looking around at all the well cared for animals.
The staff a wonderful and it is great to see so many people volunteer to help me the animals.
Will definitely be...More
My wife and I go over to spend time at Raystede Centre on average twice a year
It is extremely relaxing with a very pleasant country walk including woodland, lakes, and meadows with a variety of animals all well provided for within their own areas...More
We visited Raystede on a very hot Thursday in August as we were on holiday in the area and the kids (12 & 10) desperately wanted to see some cats and dogs for some reason!! On arrival the car park was packed - which either...More
This place is very good for taking children to see small animals; we took our 6 year old granddaughter and she really enjoyed herself. There was a donkey, rabbits, birds, cats etc and a little activity play area which she spent a lot of time...More
Sometime since I last visited, I was amazed at all the changes. Definitely worth a visit. The refurbishment, went for a lovely walk, the paths were well maintained. Cafe area and charity shop. Good for children. No entrance fee, donation.
We were in the area and discovered this place. It was a quiet weekday which was nice as we had a good opportunity to stroll round. They are doing such great work and we really enjoyed the animals and the displays.