Between the Lawrence Weston and the M5 lies a little slice of history. Remnant countryside criss-crossed by rhines that are home to Bristol’s most endangered species, the water vole. Tune out of the roar of the motorway and you can forget all about the city, enjoying impressive old oak trees, ponds and if you’re lucky the sight of a deer bounding through the long grass.
Location: Situated in Lawrence Weston there is no formal path that runs through the site and be warned it can get very wet! There is no parking on site, but you can park near the social club on Lawrence Weston Road, BS11 0ST. Please park sensibly.