How to get here

Eastwood Farm is located in Broomhill, between Brislington village and St Annes. There’s a map on the home page.

Please don’t come by car. There is no vehicle access or onsite car parking facilities, and the lane to Beeses is closed to traffic. On-street parking on local roads is very limited and can cause considerable inconvenience to local people. Please use the following alternative modes of transport.

Walking – there is access to Eastwood Farm LNR from Eastwood Road, Wyndham Crescent and Whitmore Avenue, or if you are a customer at Beeses you can catch their ferry across the river from the River Avon Trail at Conham when it is running (best to check first). You can have lunch at Beeses, a walk around Eastwood Farm and then a cream tea, before heading home after a great day out.

Cycling – you can access Eastwood Farm by bike via any of the entrances described above. There are no surfaced paths and if you choose to cycle around the reserve please give priority to pedestrians. 

By bus – the entrance to Eastwood Farm from Whitmore Avenue is near the last stop on the number 1 bus route from the City Centre to Broomhill. This is a frequent service. The number 36 bus also comes fairly near, stopping at St Annes.

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