Beaver Enclosure Archives - Trentham Estate
×

Book Now

Choose your tickets and dates.

FAQ Categories: Beaver Enclosure

What else is new?

The New Otter and Kingfisher hide will provide shelter and interpretation about the wildlife that can be seen on the…

Will the Beavers damage the trees?

We are custodians of Trentham, as such we will be closely managing the wellbeing of the woodlands and our trees….

Are we screening the new fencing?

The fencing and gates will soon mellow down and look less new. We are adding lots of new planting to…

Why are there new fences and gates in the West Park (Event Field)?

These will be closed to public access when needed to carry out maintenance operations safely without visitors accessing; To manage…

What are the metal railings above the weir?

This sloping set of railings act as a fence to stop beavers accessing the weir cascade and river, whilst allowing…

Why are there new gates on the lakeside footpaths and will these affect visitor access?

The large vehicle gates will be opened by our team when the lakeside walks are busy to allow easier visitor…

Why are there gates and mesh fencing at the Visitor Centre bridge?

These gates will be closed at night to stop beavers accessing the open sided bridge. During evening events stewards will…

Why is there new mesh fencing along the side of the River Trent?

Eurasian Beavers are being reintroduced to Trentham Estate as part of the estate’s ongoing habitat restoration. The fence is a…

Why is the fence positioned where it is?

Most of the enclosure boundary has been created using existing fences to minimise the impact of the project. We have…