Your culture attendant: things to do in Snaith

A THING TO DO TODAY

SNAITH
Price: £4 (adult)
Time: 1-4 hours
Potteric Carr, on Mallard Way, Doncaster, is one of the greatest spaces to see Yorkshire's wildlife... in particular birds, insects and even roe deer. Explore the 3,000 acres - there's a trail guide you can download - and see what you can spot. And if you see no kingfishers, you'll at least be able to stop by at the Kingfisher Tearooms, open 10am to 4pm.
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SNAITH
EAST YORKSHIRE
53.69112, -1.02859


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