Bristol Memory Walk, Lloyds Amphitheatre

Date: Saturday 23 September 2017

Walk Details

Arrive from:
10am
Walk starts:
11am
Meeting point:

Lloyds Amphitheatre on Canon’s Marsh.
Canons House, Canons Way, Bristol, BS1 5LL

Distance:
1.5 or 5km
Facilities:
  • suitable for wheelchair users
  • refreshments
  • toilets
  • Dogs are welcome
  • pushchairs

Join us at the lovely Lloyds Amphitheatre on Canon's Marsh for the Bristol Memory Walk.

With every step you will help change the lives of people affected by dementia – now and in the future. Register yourself or a team, and start fundraising today!

Registration will close Thursday 21st September 2017 and you will not be able to register at the event. So sign up now and get your team members to do so too!

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Alternative Walks

Bath

Cardiff Day

Cardiff Night

Register for this Memory Walk

Registration is easy and only takes a couple of minutes.

What to expect on the day

The 1.5km route follows takes in Anchor and Millennium Square, Cathedral Walk and Hanover Quay – it is wheelchair friendly. The longer 6km route takes a more challenging route continuing along the historic harbour side to Hotwells past the SS Great Britain and Bathurst Basin, before returning over Pero's Bridge and along the Waterfront. This routes contains cobbles and steps, and is therefore not suitable for wheelchairs and pushchairs.

Please note the routes are subject to change.

How to get there

There are car parks available nearby or a short walk: Millenium Square, Brittania Parking on Canon's Way, Trenchard Street, Wapping Wharf, Prince Street and College Street. Pay and display street parking is also available close to the site. If you are using a Sat Nav then please use postcode: BS1 5LL. There are bus stops in the city centre which are also close by, whilst Temple Meads is a 20min walk away. Alternatively there are main cycle routes that lead to the event site. For further transport information please use the local planner.

Crowd of people taking part in a Memory Walk