- Visitors are welcome to meander throughout the farm and Arboretum, but due to ever increasing Health & Safety legislation all visitors are expected to exercise their own duty of care.
- Paths may be slippery. Suitable footwear is recommended.
- Children must be accompanied and supervised by a responsible adult at all times.
- Bodenham remains a working farm. Farm animals may be encountered in the fields. The Bodenham farm sheep dogs do roam free, are friendly (remove) and may accompany visitors on their walks. Please do not feed or pet any of the animals.
Do not smoke in any part of the Arboretum or farm.
Do not touch any part of the plants, trees and shrubs.
Do not leave gates open, use ’kissing gates’ where available.
Do not enter Forest School Sites.
Do take all litter home.
Warning there is an electric fence around the chicken pen for protection from foxes.
- Visitor Centre fully accessible.
- Arboretum limited access – Wheelchair Users and People with Limited Mobility
Please note that Bodenham Arboretum is a ‘natural visitor attraction’ and the terrain / pathways may prove challenging at certain points, especially for small wheeled wheelchairs.
The owners of Bodenham Arboretum and Visitor Centre accept no responsibility in respect of loss or damage to bicycles or motor vehicles, the contents thereof, or persons visiting the car parks, Arboretum, the Visitor Centre, farm or buildings and equipment thereon, or therein, save any loss or damage directly attributable to the negligence of the owners.