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Dog lover? Love wildlife and farm animals too!

21 Jan 2013

Many users of our paths are dog walkers. Dogs are a great prompt to get people out and about in the fresh air; they provide good company and encourage healthy regular exercise for their owners. But, it’s time for some dog owners to make a New Year’s resolution, to clear up their dog’s mess and keep their dogs under close control.

Forest of Avon Trust Takes on its First Woodland

18 Jan 2013

The Forest of Avon Trust is now the proud lessee of The Retreat community woodland at Beach, near Upton Cheyney. This 5.18 hectare native woodland was planted in 2000 and provides attractive woodlands walks, with great views extending over Bristol to the Severn Estuary.

"The top 5 reasons why I love walking (and you should too)"

11 Jan 2013

A guest article by the author of the inspiring blog 'Walking Girl's Guide' (@walking_girl on Twitter) about how walking has changed her life for the better.

Diggers and cyclists make tracks for new cycling circuit in Bath

3 Jan 2013

Work has started on Bath & North East Somerset Council’s new 1.5km closed road cycling circuit at Odd Down Playing Fields, funded by a £600,000 grant from British Cycling.

Wheelchairs welcome at Warmley Forest Park

20 Dec 2012

One of South Gloucestershire’s much-loved green spaces is now even more accessible to the local community thanks to a £50,000 makeover.

Two Tunnels Greenway, Bath to open 6th April 2013. Meanwhile, in Bristol...

13 Dec 2012

The grand opening date for the amazing Two Tunnels Greenway in Bath has been announced as the 6th April 2013. Sustrans, together with Bath & North East Somerset Council and the Two Tunnels Group are building the path through the hills of Bath.

Plan for Council and National Trust to manage Beechen Cliff on Bath Skyline

10 Dec 2012

Council and National Trust in major new initiative to celebrate 25th anniversary of Bath's World Heritage Site status

Help prevent the spread of Ash tree disease whilst you're out and about

3 Dec 2012

South Gloucestershire Council is urging residents to report sightings of a fungal disease killing local Ash trees, in order to prevent it spreading further. And, smartphone apps published to help indentify and report Ash Dieback Disease.

Join historic walks in Bristol - 11th and 26th September

3 Sep 2012

Join guided walks to explore the history of Bristol, starting from the M Shed

Bristol Bike Festival 7th - 15th July 2012

1 Jul 2012

Summer of cycling: This July Bristol will host a week-long festival celebrating the city’s unique cycling culture.

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