Thames Chase community Centre

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At the heart of this wonderful Community Forest is the stunning wooden framed visitor centre. The centre provides panoramic views from cafe and terrace plus you can find that special purchase in the visitor shop and local information. 

The fully-accessible buildings also offers a meeting room which can be used by local clubs, community groups and societies. All-weather pathways across the site. 

Adapted bathroom, in addition to disabled toilet
Quiet room, adjacent to adapted bathroom
Natural Play Trail, with characters from Julia Donaldson stories
Cycle hire (summer months: Thursday afternoons, weekends and school holidays)
Adapted bikes for hire (suitable for people of all abilities)

For coach parties or minibus groups, please contact us in advance to reserve parking space. 

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Thames Chase Forest Centre

Type:Visitor Centre

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