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The International Centre for Birds of Prey
Places to visit

The International Centre for Birds of Prey mission is for  The Conservation of Birds of Prey and their habitats through public education, captive breeding, treatment and rehabilitation of wild injured birds of prey. Research for understanding, health and the conservation of all birds of prey.
Aims and objectives

  • The Centre is open to the general public for 10 months of the year. Education is ongoing to all visitors. The Centre also undertakes more in depth education to specific groups and parties, from first schools to universities and offers off-site lectures and teaching.
  • The Centre undertakes international conservation programmes
  • The Centre accepts and treats and rehabilitates injured wild birds of prey

2010 Opening Times and Prices - From February 1st, We are open 7 days a week, from 10.30am to 5.30pm

2010 Admission :
Adults £9.50
Children (4-15) £6.00
Senior Citizens £8.50
Family Ticket (2+2) £28.00
(each child over two in number will be charged at the normal childrens rate)

Contact Info
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Phone: 01531 820286
Boulsdon House
GL18 1JJ

Near: Newent
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Nearby Churches
St. Mary's, in Newent, was a place of worship in Anglo-Saxon times. In the porch, there is an important cross shaft of Northumbrian provenance which probably dates to the 9th century, and was discovered in the churchyard in 1907. Inside the church there is another relic which is a unique stone tablet. This depicts the "harrowing of Hell" on one side and a bishop on the other. This tablet, which may date from the 11th century, bears a distinct resemblance to grave slabs found in Northumbria, though it is thought that it was used as a portable altar. For over 700 years, the building has been added to, rebuilt and restored and now attracts tourists and historians alike with its varied and unusual architecture and history. The church was built in the 13th century, partially rebuilt after the nave collapsed in the 17th century and in 1968 its octagonal spire was partially taken down after it too was found to be dangerous. The churchyard also attracts historians for its interesting tombs dating from the 17th century. The 150 foot high spire on its 14th century tower is a landmark for miles around marking one of the major historic buildings in the district. Deprecated: mysql_escape_string(): This function is deprecated; use mysql_real_escape_string() instead. in /var/www/vhosts/ on line 613
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Highleadon Holiday C..
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Playley Green Farm
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Sandyway Countryside
Set in the heart of the countryside but only a mile from Newent, Sandyway provides a varied 4 course breakfast including fresh fruit platter, and full English. Everyone made very welcome!
The George Hotel
This old coaching and posting inn dates back to the mid seventeenth century. Situated in the ancient market town of Newent. Close to Shamples Museum, Bird of Prey Centre and the Forest of ..
The Yew Tree Inn
On the side of May Hill in a delightful rural setting the Yew Tree is renowned for its excellent food, fine wines and real ales. Less than a mile from the National Birds of Prey Centre a..
Three Choirs Vineyar..
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