Ticket to ride round reserve

27th September 1996 at 01:00
Great Thorpe Park, Chertsey, Surrey, is best known for its rides, such as the new X: No Way Out. But there is also a nature reserve, which is home to about 40 species of birds, and a traditional working farmyard, where pupils can see old farm machinery and touch sheep, pigs and cows. Free science, mathematics and technology worksheets are available for three age ranges up to 15. Tel: 01932 569393.

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