Raystede welcomes you to our leafy 40 acre site, where thousands of pets are cared for and rehomed. There is something for everyone - cosy cafe dishing up local treats, bargain hunting in the charity shop, outdoor kids play and picnic area, a myriad of animals to see including dogs, cats, donkeys, rabbits, tortoises and parrots.
New for 2016
Pet detctive trail and talks with a different animal theme each month.
Be spontaneous! There is no need to book onto these weekend events and they are completely FREE!
12pm Goat feeding
1pm Meet our exotic birds
2pm Chicken meet and greet
3pm Rabbit tea time
12pm Get to know a kennel dog
1pm Donkey meet and greet
2pm Tortoise/Terrapin talk (March-October)
Wild bird spotting (November - February)
3pm Cattery tour
If you would like to be included in our mailing list and find out about new events before anyone else, contact the education team:
By email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Or by phone: 01825 880461
View current events to see what you could be doing at Raystede today!
Directions to Raystede
From Lewes: Raystede is 5 miles north east of Lewes. Take the A26 (Malling Street) signposted for Uckfield. At the "Earwig Corner" junction bear right onto the B2192 signposted Heathfield.
Staying on this road, Raystede is 2 miles past the village of Ringmer.
From the A22: At the Halland roundabout take the B2192 exit signposted Ringmer. Raystede is 2 miles down this road.
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