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(Average user rating: 3 unrated 3/5)

The Wyre Community Discovery Centre is a fantastic venue for school visits, meetings, and a host of other functions! designed with a host of green technologies and with a balcony looking out into the beautiful surrounding forest, it's the ideal venue for all occasions.

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What do other visitors say?

Where do you go if you'd like to do the stickman trail?

Kay, 16/Nov/2015

Hi, The Stickman Trail starts on Saturday 28th November 2015 and the trail starts adjacent to the Forest Cafe. The Stickman Trail pack is available from the Forest Cafe for 3 to help get the most from the trail. Enjoy your visit.

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Hi planning a trip this week, which Trail would we find the gruffalo sleeping please

Tracy parry , 2/Sep/2015

Hi, You will find our sleepy Gruffalo on our Wren Trail (Yellow waymarking), which is also home to the Superworm Trail. Enjoy your visit

Forestry Commission Response
3 Stars 3 Stars

We love bringing our children to Wyre Forest. We've visited a number of times and thoroughly enjoyed the forest walks on both occasions. We visited yesterday and had the same great feeling from the short walk to see the Gruffalo.

However, I was very disappointed in the state of the toilets round from the cafe. There was toilet paper all over the floor, the toilets weren't clean and one of the taps felt like it was going to come loose. I mentioned this to a member of staff who told me they were only cleaned once a day. I can understand this on a regular day; but a public holiday surely warrants extra cleaning due to the increased usage.

Also, the cafe left something to be desired. The outside area was busy and the bins were full to overflowing. The staff eventually came out to clear them with no protective gloves on which is surely against your health and safety policy. This is our 3rd public holiday visit where by mid afternoon they were out of cream teas (which I've managed to have once before and thoroughly enjoyed). This may be a little thing but it contributed to our overall feeling that the Wyre Forest was letting itself down.

Please pass on and consider my comments. You have a lovely attraction which just needs a little improvement to make it an overall wonderful experience.

Joanna Timms, 26/May/2015
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