Rolling and Strolling Accessible Walks are back!

Bristol Disability Equality Forum are organising a series of regular accessible walks for Disabled people in local parks and nature areas. These are friendly and welcoming opportunities for Disabled people to make connections and experience time in nature.

Time spent in thriving wildlife-rich environments has been shown to benefit both mental and physical health.  Helping to reduce stress, anxiety, depression and feelings of isolation. 

Roll and Stroll walks are held on Wednesday and Friday. Wednesday walks are shorter at 40 minutes and the Friday walks are longer at 2 hours. Participants are invited to bring a packed lunch or picnic to eat along the way, though there are refreshments available to buy at most locations.

Here are the details of upcoming walks:

Friday 12th May – 11am to 1pm Bristol to Bath Cycle path – Fishponds to Mangotsfield
Meeting outside the Co-op Food on Straits Parade, Fishponds, Bristol, BS16 2LELink to meeting location:

Wednesday 17th May – 11am to 11.40am
Castle Park, Broad Weir, Bristol, BS1 3XB

Meeting at the main entrance to the park at the top of union Street next to Edna’s Falafel Kitchen.

Link to meeting Location:

Wednesday 31st May – 11am to 11.40am Vassells Park, Oldbury Court Estate, BS16 2JN
Meeting at the main entrance to the park off Perrymans Close.

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All routes are designed to be accessible:

Accessible by public transport

Family friendly

Frequent rest stops

Mobility scooter friendly

Visually impaired friendly

Wheelchair friendly

The roll and strolls are weather dependent, if it’s raining heavily on the day, the walk will be cancelled. They will go ahead in light rain, so appropriate waterproof gear is recommended.  If you have any queries on the day you can contact Dan on 07552680678.