When will flood-hit nature reserve at Cley reopen? Norfolk Wildlife Trust responds to visitors’ queries
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The clean up is continuing at one of north Norfolk's top visitor attractions - four days after it was flooded during a tidal surge.
Norfolk Wildlife Trust reopened its visitor centre at Cley yesterday (Monday) but motorists were warned to stay away as its car park remained under water and the access road along the coast was blocked with debris dumped by the sea.
With paths still cut off or destroyed during the floods and dead animals littering the site, the reserve itself remains closed.
However, the operators of the centre have confirmed they hope to fully reopen this weekend.
In a statement, the Norfolk Wildlife Trust said: 'NWT Cley Reserve remains closed at the moment, the water is draining away and we hope to open it again by the weekend.
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'The visitor centre is open for tea, coffee and cake. However, there is no vehicle access to the car parks at the moment for either the public or deliveries while the road is cleared and inspected. We will update you as soon as the situation changes.'
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