Services at St Mary's

Tuesday - Friday
9.00 - 9.30am
Morning Prayer in the Lady Chapel

Thursday
11.00 Said Service of Holy Communion

Sunday Morning
8.30am - 9.30am ‘Kid’s Klub’ (For children and families - Breakfast and a short service)
10.00am - Holy Communion (with a crèche for under 4’s)(Last Sunday of the month Family Service, Baptism Service)

Sunday Evening
Last Sunday of each month - 6.00pm Healing Holy Communion
Links to organisations which often feature local information such as walks and events in the countryside around you.

Local Tourist Information Centres and Shops

My Villas In Spain

31 Atwood Dr, Bristol BS11 0SR, UK – 07974 885739

Tourist Information Centres by County. Search for centres in your own county or anywhere in the UK

Corporate Entertainment

Max Events

Berwick Lodge Farm, Henbury, Bristol BS10 7TD, UK – 0117 950 8080

Great fun. Organised really well. Food and drinks offered were great prices. Burgers/hot dogs etc. Had an amazing day. Cant wait to go back. Well done guys. See you soon!!!!

Amazing place. Close to the city and a whole array of stuff to do. Good staff that are knowledgeable and down to earth. Not afraid to joke along with you all.

Buy Outdoor

Sunnyside Blackmoor Road, Abbots Leigh, Bristol BS8 3RH, UK – 0800 085 2224

Boat Moorings & Marinas

Bristol Pilots Partnership

Royal Edward Dock, Avon, Bristol BS11 9AT, UK – 0117 982 3081

Boat Trips & Excursions - if available

Lawrence Weston Community Farm

Saltmarsh Dr, Bristol BS11 0NJ, UK – 0117 938 1128

Such a lovely place, with many activitys for young children and people with special needs. Ben does an amazing job looking after people there. A real inspiration for the community.

Feeding baby goats was our groups favorite thing. We picnicked in the green space and drew the pigs. Very relaxing !

Local Parks & Gardens

Old Sneed Park Nature Reserve

off, Glenavon Park, Bristol BS9 1RW, UK

This nature reserve is actively maintained by a group of local volunteers, and has a few paths around a wildflower area. A lake can be viewed from a wooden platform, and there were even a few lads swimming in the lake when I visited. There are entrances from the street and also from adjoining areas of open space.

Great for dog walks and kids. The pond is lovely with the ducks

Blaise Castle Estate

Kings Orchard, 1 Queen Street, Bristol BS2 0HQ, UK – 0117 922 3719

Enormous park with lots to see and do. Good for walking and cycling with a variety of trails, some well maintained and suitable for wheelchairs and pushchairs and some that are just muddy tracks. The north east end of the estate has a large open field (good for football or cricket), children’s play area, cafe and car park.

Amazing place. You can easily spend the whole day here with the kids. Lovely play area catering for all ages. Cafe. Green space for picnics and ball games. Woodland walk, castle, caves and stream... we didn't have time for the museum so will have to go back!

Bennett's Patch and White's Paddock

Portway, Bristol BS9 1RQ, UK – 0117 917 7270

Lovely nature reserve. A fine example of bringing art into nature in total harmony. The diversity of wildlife so close to the Portway is quite superb!

Nature reserve which is newly established and so is still maturing. Children enjoy the life-sized whale sculptures.

Great website!. Click below to find gardens open during the year around Shirehampton or Bristol. There are photos and lots of detail about the garden.
Blaise Castle House Museum

Henbury Rd, Bristol BS10 7QS, UK – 0117 903 9818

Very climate Victorian museum. The displays feature objects from everyday life in Bristol and the surrounding region. Apx 1h time. For free

Gloriously old-fashioned museum with displays of bygone things from the local area, including a display of lavatory bowls. It's nicely maintained, has some imaginative special displays for children and it's free.

Blaise Castle

Bristol BS10 7QT, UK – 0117 903 9818

Lovely garden and park area with a little cafe. The grounds are large and worth wandering around. Wasn't that enthralled with the "museum", but it is free (donations appreciated) and a nice part of a day out for some quiet and indoor time.

Lovely walks around the castle along the stream, really worth it, loved it! And very clean surroundings, didn't see any litter!