The transition from Winter to Spring along the Frome Valley in Fishponds, Stapleton and Frenchay is beautiful, this is the start of our community wildlife waking up from the long cold winter and the woodland floors and trees seeing new green shoots and buds appearing everywhere. From Hambrook to Eastville this is once of Bristol’s most scenic routes, the countryside in the city and 1000 … Continue reading The Journey to Spring 2020
The new Town & Village Green in Frenchay offers a new park just meters from the Greater Fishponds boundary for all to enjoy with tennis court membership, picnic tables, beautiful open spaces and lots of seating around the parkland. Explore our other parks at https://fishpondsbristol.wordpress.com/parks-and-open-spaces Continue reading New Children’s Play Area in Frenchay.
It’s now the 21st June and the longest day of light in the year and after lots of rain our green spaces and wildlife is rich and plentiful. 2019 offers a lot of of opportunities thanks to Greater Fishponds boundary shared with South Gloucestershire. A new park is now open at the top of Stoke Lane in Scholars Chase and another new park with new … Continue reading Exploring parks in Summer
As the snow melts and daffodils rise across the Frome Valley and along the Railway Path we can start to sense that spring is around the corner and the woodland floors start to slowly come alive with nature once again and buds appear which will soon explode in to a sea of green all around us as the River Frome returns to a calm setting, … Continue reading Sounds of Spring 2019
Volunteers make Greater Fishponds and Bristol the city that it is, these selfless people do not look for credit, they do not chase money, they do not allow politics and greed to get in the way of what they do. Scout Leaders through to parks groups and faith groups just plough on delivering for the heart and soul of the community and boy do they … Continue reading Greater Fishponds amazing volunteer groups, the fabric of the community.
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