Wildlife lovers will soon be able to experience a new reed bed safari path which is being unveiled during an open day at Netherfield Lagoons this weekend.
The Gedling Conservation Trust, who own and manage the site, is holding the open day at the popular nature reserve this Saturday (September 7) from 1pm.
The new safari path is being officially opened to the public at 2pm and will enable visitors to immerse themselves in the reedbed habitat and see its inhabitants up close. A new interpretation board will also be unveiled.
Visitors can access the nature reserve via Victoria Retail Park. Drive straight on at both roundabouts and parking is available at the end of the road. You can access the lagoons via the gates.
For more information about the event contact Mark Glover on 07850 768337