Photo day feedback
This page features comments from photography enthusiasts that have attended our Photography Days.
Thanks to everyone that has taken the time to contact us to provide feedback about their Photography Day experience. We love to hear from you.
“The facilities and itinerary were great”
I attended a Photography day yesterday and wanted to pass on my thanks to all you guys for what turned out to be an absolutely fantastic day. Your keepers are a credit to your organisation and the facilities and itinerary where great. My only regret is that I live so far away I can’t pop back on a regular basis. So again thank you for the experience and I will continue to recommend the British Wildlife Centre for photography days for a long time to come
Dave Woodcock, April 2021
“An absolutely amazing day”
Marian Pierce, October 2020
“The day surpassed my expectations”
Edward James, September 2020
“I’ll definitely be back”
I attended a photography workshop hosted at your centre on Tuesday by Bob Brind-Surch (Nature’s Photos). What an amazing centre you have and the keeper, Meg did a brilliant job. I shall definitely be back and have recommended you to several of my friends.
Rob Lane, September 2020
“Our keeper was amazing”
I just wanted to thank you and the team for a lovely photography day today. Our keeper for the day was amazing. Wonderfully engaging and clearly not only knowledgeable but passionate.This was my second visit and won’t be the last one.
Stephen Halls, September 2020
“A massive thank-you”
I just wanted to say a massive “Thank you” to all the staff for yesterday’s Photography Day. Especially a huge “Thank you” to Keeper Clare for all her hard work, patience and amazing amount of knowledge, along with all the running around looking after us to make sure we all got great images, despite the weather not being too kind for us. I had a great day and I know it would not have been possible without all the hard work by everyone front of house and behind the scenes. I am so looking forward to coming back very soon.
John Brady, November 2019