Alveston Allotments are sited off Forty Acre Lane along a footpath, and are managed by a committee.
There are 35 individual, very productive vegetable plots, and holders are happy to discuss gardening issues and exchange knowledge.
There is a waiting list for allotments and if you would like your name to be added, please use the email link to make your request.
Forty Acre Lane, Alveston
Hortham Farm, Hortham Lane, Almondsbury BS32 4JW
Tel: 01454 612451
The Alveston Gardens Association meets on the first Monday of each month in the Jubilee Hall, Greenhill, Alveston at 7.30pm.
Each month there is a guest speaker to enlighten us on all manner of things "gardening".
In addition to the monthly meetings, each year we organise Day Trips, Extended Trips, the Alveston Flower Show and a Christmas Lunch.
For more information click below to visit our webpage.
The Avon Wildlife Trust is the largest membership-based wildlife organisation in the area, dedicated to promoting and protecting wildlife.
We arrange walks each weekend as well as midweek evenings in the summer. The area and length of the walk varies greatly and members also arrange occasional weekends away.
We have regular social events such as skittles evenings, quiz nights, barbecues and the like, and there is always a Christmas dinner.
However, we are more than just a walking club. The Ramblers is a registered charity and one of its aims is to campaign to keep the footpath network open.
The Thornbury Rambling Club has been in existence for 37 years and is known for its friendly atmosphere and diverse activities.
Its objectives are:
- To bring enjoyment to its members through an appreciation and love of the countryside.
- To endeavour to preserve footpaths and means of access to the countryside.
Visit our website below or contact Helen Willoughby by phone or email for more information.
Tel: 01454 228523
Walking for Health has a programme of walks between 0.5 and 3 miles to suit a range of walking needs. These free walks are led by trained volunteers.
Tel: 01454 864005