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Blue Anchor is a wide sandy beach, backed by some shingle and a concrete sea wall. The road runs along the back of the beach with plenty of free bays for parking. Facilities include toilets (with disabled facilities), catering vans in summer, two pubs (Blue Anchor Hotel & the Smugglers), a camping...
This route will see you travel through the local villages and towns. Then around Bristol Airport next to Blagdon Lake and back to The Grand Pier. There is a lot of hill climbs and a lot of fast descents, this route will take between 3 and 4 hours. This course is for the experienced rider that likes...
Weston Super Mare
Weston Woods covers an area of 130 hectares dominating the northern skyline of Weston-super-Mare.
Situated along a limestone ridge it was once grassland, grazed for centuries until its Victorian landowner planted the area as conifer woodland in the 1830s. These trees were then all cut down and...
Outdoor Activity/Pursuit Centre
Wildlife at the reserve
The site’s drainage ditches have become home to many water voles and the elusive otter may also be seen. Keep an eye out for their footprints in the mud or distinctive droppings – known as “spraints”. Most of the site, particularly in and around the sewage treatment works,...
Some of the biggest exhibits are outside M Shed and can be seen even when the museum is closed. On most weekends, they’re brought to life for trips and visits by a fantastic team of volunteers.
Electric cranes - A landmark on Bristol’s docks, these cargo cranes are a...
The Quantock Hills provides many opportunities for a wide range of activities including mountain biking, walking and horse-riding. There are extensive areas of open access land and a superb rights of way network. If you are planning to undertake any activity it is advisable to purchase the Ordnance...
Welcome to Weston-super-Mare's number one night spot!
Weston's favourite venue located in the heart of the town centre. We can accommodate up to 1000 people now that our 3rd room has opened. Spread over 3 rooms playing the best in a range of genres, Vision caters for all your needs on a great...
Discover the origins of the City of Wells within the ancient walls of The Bishop’s Palace; the ancient springs that give the City its name are found in the gardens here and have been hugely significant from the Iron Age to the present day; for centuries people have flocked to England’s smallest...
Kilve is a beach of mostly rocks, rockpools and some sand, backed by low cliffs and a large lawned area with seats and a picnic table. There are views towards Steep Holm in the channel, and Minehead to the west. The cliffs are of geological interest, with many fossils to be found and there are...
Activity Zone is three inflatable activities which are based on the beach between the Trop and Sequarium. It opens at 10am and runs all day until 5-6pm. Easter till September weekends,bankholidays and all school holidays.
It consists of a Disco Dome which as the names implies is an enclosed...