There may be other people and groups onsite enjoying the facilities at the same time as you. We would ask that you are respectful of all other users and groups.
Our site also belongs to the creatures and plants that live there. Please be respectful of their home. You can do this by using the; designated pathways, composting facilities and ensure rubbish is recycled / binned.
All smoking, including e-cigarettes is permitted only in the designated on site smoking area.
There are limited car parking facilities on site. Where possible (if/when COVID restrictions allow), it would be preferable to arrange a car share or to use public transport rather than travel by car.
Aberduna Hall is a 100% vegetarian venue that also encourages a plant-based diet. We would request that wherever possible, no meat is brought to the site.
We are host to many individuals of varying ages and abilities. For safeguarding reasons, we ask that you please refrain from taking pictures or videos when on site unless specific permission is given.
Wherever possible, our activities take place in the outdoors, so it is important that anyone visiting the site dress appropriately.
Additionally, many of our pathways are woodland tracks so a pair of flat boots/shoes are encouraged for safety. For those with limited mobility, an off road wheelchair is available (please let us know ahead of your visit if you wish to make use of this).