Visiting the Ezone
The Ezone works with over 11500 people each year from all over Dudley and beyond.Coming to the Ezone is a safe, exciting and educational experience.
Our Risk Assessment forms can be downloaded from here.
When is the Ezone open?
We are open all year.
Who can book into the Ezone?
We accept bookings from any partner school or community group. We cater for all age ranges and run a series of events through the year involving young and old.
Can we come to the Ezone for a pre-visit?
Yes you can, please contact us to arrange a suitable time.
What time shall we get there/leave?
Groups usually arrive around 10am and leave at 2.30pm. Visit times can be adapted to suit your needs.
Where do we park?
When your coach arrives at Robert Street, they should use the top car park entrance where we will meet you. Your class will then be walked around the site to the Ezone classroom where they can safely leave their coats and lunch boxes. If anyone arrives in a car, they can use the school car park and come to the Ezone via the school reception.
What happens if it rains?
It never rains at the Ezone, but if it ever should, we make sure that there is enough indoor space for your class just in case of bad weather. There are also plenty of indoor activities to keep everyone busy.
What disabled facilties are on-site?
The whole Ezone is wheelchair friendly with full access around the nature trail. Indoors, there is a lift for access through the school and there is a disabled care room.
What are the catering arrangements?
Groups are responsible for bringing their own refreshments which can be eaten indoors or out.
Do we need to bring any equipment/resources?
The Ezone is fully equipped to resource your group's activities. You may need to bring your own equipment for a specific activity, e.g. sketch books, clipboards.
It is important that children are informed to wear and bring suitable clothing for outdoor activities.
Any other questions, just ask!