The route covers various crossings on the way - looking at the barriers to people going to and from the Centre on foot and what we might recommend to the powers-that-be to improve the attractiveness of the area to the pedestrian. You will get a chance to discuss options along the way and submit your views at the end.
There will also be an opportunity at the end to double the distance of the the walk by taking the path around the perimeter of the Redcatch Park, a very pleasant outing.
Ordinary, flat street shoes will be suitable. The walk is also suitable for a wheelchair user, buggies and dogs on leads. As it involves crossing roads near dense traffic, the walk is not suitable for young children. Refreshments are available to purchase at various points of the walk. Toilets are along the way.
This walk is part of a series of walkability walks organised by Bristol Walking Alliance during Bristol Walk Fest.
Meet at Redcatch Community Centre
38 Redcatch Road