Mistley Place Park (Essex) Reviews
Description:Address: New Road, Mistley, Manningtree, Essex CO11 1ER. / Animal sanctuary and tearooms.
Newest Review: ... entrance to the park and any money made here also contributes to the running of the park. The park itself receives no funding from outside organisations and is totally reliant on the income from the tearoom, park and donations. THE ANIMALS The animals homed in the park are subject to change at any time, depending on what has been taken in. There can be up to 2000 animal homed at any one ... more
Customer Mistley Place Park (Essex) Reviews (2)
by - written on 01/12/11 (Very useful, 56 readings)
We're always looking for different places to visit, especially relatively cheap ones so when a friend of mine questioned if I had ever visited Mistley Place Park I was intrigued to learn a little more about it. I was quite surprised that I was unaware of it's existence, being just down the road from us but was able to find out the necessary information and we decided that we would pay it a little visit. LOCATION AND ADMISSION The park is located in Mistley, which is just outside Colchester in Essex. It is easy to find using a sat nav but is not incredibly well signposted and the entrance features a rather abrupt turn after the sign post, so be ... Read the complete review
by Mistley Maniac - written on 08/08/10
Mistley Place Park Animal Rescue Centre is a brilliant location for a day out with the kids. This kid friendly venue runs solely on donations and cares for aging and unwanted animals from Essex and beyond. Little ones can while away the hours feeding rabbits, goats, horses, pigs, sheep...in fact, if it moves, you can feed it! The location is easy on the budget too, feed for the animals is just 50p and the entry is neglible. All proceeds go towards the running of the centre and Mike and his team do such a brilliant, and largely unsung job. The tea rooms, run by Mike's brother and his partner make what is possibly the best cream tea in three counties, the ... Read the complete review