Ranger den at Moors Valley

Ranger Den officially opened by chairman of East Dorset, Cllr Toni Coombs

Caption: Ranger Den officially opened by chairman of East Dorset, Cllr Toni Coombs

Environment, Wildlife | Posted: Thursday, July 12th, 2018 at 12:27 pm | return to news

Ranger den: a new experience at Moors Valley!

Moors Valley Country Park is celebrating a brand new experience at the park, which has just been opened by chairman of East Dorset, Cllr Toni Coombs.

Ranger Den officially opened by chairman of East Dorset, Cllr Toni Coombs

Caption: Ranger Den officially opened by chairman of East Dorset, Cllr Toni Coombs

Moors Valley Country Park and Forest is celebrating a brand new experience at the park, which has just been opened by chairman of East Dorset, Cllr Toni Coombs.

The ranger den experience will give visitors to Moors Valley the opportunity to meet harvest mice Bramble and Berry; see a snake; hold a giant millipede; discover who lives in the pond and enjoy learning more about the fantastic wildlife that lives at the park.
Visitor engagement ranger, Emma Reeks, said, “We’re so excited to open the Ranger Den. This new experience is a great way for us to celebrate the wildlife who live at the park, whilst educating children in a fun and exciting way.”

Cllr Toni Coombs said, “The new Ranger Den is great fun and it is great to see the space revitalised into such a colourful and welcoming child-friendly space.

“I’m grateful to all the staff and volunteers at the park whose passion and enthusiasm continues to push this award-winning attraction from strength to strength. East Dorset District Council remains incredibly proud of Moors Valley and it is fantastic, even in its 30th year, we are continuing to invest and improve this well-loved attraction.”
The Ranger Den is open every day from 1-4pm during the summer holiday and at most weekends.

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