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JLAF meeting on Friday 6th July to discuss improving outdoors access

1 Jul 2012

There's a JLAF meeting in Keynsham on Friday. The JLAF advise the Councils on Outdoors Access. The meeting is held in public and anyone interested is welcome to attend.

Bristol Festival of Nature, 16th and 17th of June

15 Jun 2012

The UK's largest free celebration of the natural world, the Bristol Festival of Nature lets loose wildlife enthusiasts of all ages to explore, enjoy, and get close to nature in the heart of the city.

Temporary re-opening of Victoria Bridge near Victoria Park in Bath

23 May 2012

Victorian Bridge in Bath now safe for walkers and cyclists, but will need to close again for a permanent restoration.

Volunteer to advise on improving Outdoors Access

21 May 2012

Would you like to advise the Councils on improving Outdoors Access? Apply to join the JLAF!

Horton Walking Festival 2012, 27-29th April

4 Apr 2012

Enjoy a springtime walk and lots more in Horton in South Gloucestershire at the end of April

Bristol's first ever Green Volunteers Fair this Saturday

21 Mar 2012

If you’ve ever fancied getting involved with a spot of community gardening, caring for the animals at a city farm, or helping to spread the word about recycling, Bristol’s first ever Green Volunteers Fair this weekend has everything you need to find out more. The free event is taking place at the Folk House on Park Street, this Saturday from 10am to 3pm.

This spring on OutdoorsWest

20 Mar 2012

Today, the 20th March is the first day of spring - daytime is now longer than nighttime. That's a good reason to start spending more time outdoors.

Bristol to Bath Railway Path resurfacing improvements

19 Mar 2012

From Monday 19th March for approximately two weeks, sections of the path will be closed with diversions in place whilst improvement works are carried out.

Councils keeping paths open after the storms

5 Jan 2012

After the storms of the past few days, the Councils are out clearing fallen trees from paths.

Try some easy access to the countryside for people with disabilities

4 Jan 2012

You can join the Countryside Mobility scheme, then go and explore Bristol City Council's Ashton Court Estate on an all-terrain mobility scooter.

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