***Unfortunately we have had to cancel this walk***
Transition Bath invites you for a walk that explores community involvement in growing trees and crops.
From Lansdown P&R we take a level walk through fields with stunning views over Weston and the distant countryside, before dropping down through fields to Primrose Hill Community Woodland. We’ll meet one of the woodland volunteers who will give a brief history from the millennium planting, and take us on a ramble through the 14 acre woodland. The wood is rich with trees, undergrowth and wildlife, criss-crossed by paths and has useful information boards – a delight for people of all ages.
We anticipate spending about an hour exploring the woodland, then will walk on down through quiet private roads (with one very short, busy section) to visit a community garden in Park Street, and meet some gardeners. From there, we will walk through streets to end on the Gravel Walk, finishing near Queen Square, from where it is a short walk to the Milsom Street bus stop for those who need the bus back to Lansdown P&R.
Practicalities – this walk is 4 miles downhill, with some steeper sections and steps. There are toilets near the start. Please bring some snacks. No dogs other than assistance dogs please. The walk is suitable for children, but not buggies.
The walk leaders are Lyn and Katie from Transition Bath.
Booking is essential please, you can book your free place here – Book Green Fingers