Walks

 

The Land Yeo Friends welcome interest and enquiries from groups or individuals with regard to the river, especially where it flows through the town. To this end members are available to give a presentation that lasts for no longer than an hour. If we are asked to do a talk an appropriate donation (to cover our costs) would be appreciated.

To find out more please use the ‘leave a comment’ option below.

walk logoTwo River Walk  TWO RIVERS WALK pdf

 The Two River Walk (interactive map link provides information about particular points around the walk.  The pdf above  provides a better diagram of the actual route). The walk follows the river Land Yeo as it flows through the historic Victorian town of Clevedon and the Blind Yeo with its countryside and coastal views. A circular flat walk of about 6 miles paved in places with some road crossings it is not suitable for wheelchairs or pushchairs and very dependent on weather conditions. Appropriate footwear is required too, as it can be muddy. Take great care at the few  road crossings.

 Mike and David along with 14 members of the civic society have explored the wonders of this walk and here is the photograph to prove it.

Evening Walk

Starting at Tickenham Church car park – Time to complete 2 hours distance 3.5 miles

Route – from the Church  follow the river to the Moorend Spout spring, then follow the Parish Brook back to the causeway, returning to the Church, followed by a circular walk across the fields to Tickenham Mill.

If it has been raining prior to the walk it could be muddy in places – appropriate footwear may be required.

Bluebell Walk 

Start at the trout farm lakes

Enter Tower House Wood  – walking towards Wraxhall

                                             

After walking down the lane past Bird Combe Court, cross the field then follow the river down stream back to the trout farm

The following are all looking down stream towards the farm

       

Jacklands Bridge Nailsea Road, – near the Trout Farm.

This walk is enjoyable at any time of year – apart from after heavy rain. It takes around an hour and when you return to the trout farm refreshments may be purchased from the cafe.

When the bluebells are in flower we are able to provide guided walks – please make contact for further information.

For more information on the two walks above please ring Stewart on 01275 877633

Maps of proposed Land Yeo Valley Walkway – From Bristol to Clevedon

Click on the links to view

Bristol Create Centre – Cambridge Batch

Cambridge Batch – Tickenham Church

Tickenham Church – Salthouse Fields

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1 Response to Walks

  1. Hello
    You.may recall some while ago I came along to your group meeting to talk about my project to track and record otter activity on the Land Yeo.
    More recently I’ve been appointed a voluntary river bailiff for The Angling Trust and Fish Legal an organisation representing Angling in the UK and working in partnership with The Environment Agency on fishery protection.
    I’d like the opportunity to meet up with you again to tell you about the work of The Angling Trust and our Building Bridges project to promote responsible and legal angling.
    If you’d like to hear more I’d be happy to come along and give a short informative talk. Thank you.

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