23 June 2017

Historical Walk: Redcliffe

Venture on our guided walk into the once-autonomous township of Redcliffe, where you’ll find some of the most impressive remains of historical Bristol.

See landmarks, such as St. Mary Redcliffe church and Temple Meads railway station, to tucked-away gems, such as the Hermit’s Cave and the remains of the city’s Water Gate.

Our guides will reveal how this fascinating and often overlooked area played a vital role in establishing Bristol’s reputation as a world-class city.

The walk is at a gentle pace and suitable for participants of all levels of fitness.

Read more about the Redcliffe walk on our blog.

Dates

  • Friday 23 June, 1pm
  • Friday 28 July, 1pm
  • Friday 25 August, 1pm
  • Friday 22 September, 1pm


Route
M Shed – Bathurst Basin – Temple Meads – Redcliff Back – M Shed

Additional information
Please check with your GP if you are not sure if you are capable of completing a three mile walk. This walk also includes gradients and steps.

Volunteer guides will meet you at M Shed information desk 5-10 minutes before the walk is due to begin. There will be breaks at key locations where the volunteers will point out sites of key interest and talk about their significance.

Suitable clothing
Although the routes are not strenuous, please be aware that surfaces may be uneven and could be slippery when wet. We strongly recommend that you dress appropriately for the weather with warm/waterproof clothing and comfortable footwear.

For your safety
Please take care when crossing busy roads and always use the designated crossings where indicated. Please be aware of other road users and pedestrians, particularly by leaving space on pavements for people to cross safely.