2017 programme out now


Any queries please call Joy, Walks Coordinator, on 0117 933 4998 (or if you would like a hard copy posted to you direct)


See the programme section

Sat 24 June 2017 - leader change only


See programme section for details



Wednesday 20th September 2017

Leader is now Ann Light

Tel -: 0117 979 8628

Please note that the train time from Bristol Temple Meads at 10.22 and arrives arrives Bradford on Avon at 10.46 calls at Bath Spa only


For those who wish to get on at Keynsham, Oldfield Park, Freshford and Avoncliff please catch the 09.49 from Bristol Temple Meads and arrives at Bradford on Avon at 10.22


Walk details remain the same




Bradford on Avon

Walkers are Welcome Walking Festival

Friday 1st September 2017 to

Sunday 3rd September 2017

For further details go to the following link - the programme will be put on our website as soon as it is available - see the separate festival page section of this website.




Want discounted travel?

Please see the following section regarding this


includes all rail cards and the discount scheme between Westbury and Weymouth


OR Plus Bus details can be found on


Credit Richard Craft - Friday 6 September 2013 Bradford on Avon Festival of walking 2013


Bradford on Avon is a Walkers are Welcome town and currently hold a festival annually and many other events (in 2013 Friday 6 September 2013 to Sunday 8 September 2013) and details of this are below.


The website for current details is as follows -: http://www.walkbradfordonavon.org/


Bradford on Avon is very well served by train and bus links, including Bath, Bristol and London.


In January 2011 Bradford on Avon became the first Walkers are Welcome town in Wiltshire.

 This was made possible by the support and funding of Bradford on Avon Town Council, Wiltshire and Swindon Ramblers and the Bradford on Avon Area Board (Wiltshire Council), in conjunction with Bradford on Avon Chamber of Commerce, Bradford on Avon Tourist Information Centre and Climate Friendly Bradford on Avon.


Set in the beautiful Bristol Avon Valley and on the edge of the Cotswold AONB, the historic town of Bradford on Avon is the perfect place for a walking holiday, with walks to suit all ages and abilities.


What does being a Walkers are Welcome town mean?


Walkers are Welcome is a network of around 100 towns and villages across the UK.

They have come together to help people enjoy the outdoors through walking. Membership of the network helps to ensure that our footpaths and facilities are maintained in good condition to benefit local people and our many visitors.



Details of future events, please use the link below -: http://www.walkbradfordonavon.org/ 

2013 programme

The programme below is for 2013 and this gives details of what happened and when the 2014 programme is out, it will be as wide and varied as the one in 2013. It gives and indication of how things are organised.


As soon as the 2014 programme is avialable this will be put on the 2014 page



Previous programmes are for information only

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Bradford-on-Avon train station
Flowers by ticket office at Bradford on Avon railway station

Ramblers' Association, 2nd Floor, Camelford House, 87 -90 Embankment Road, LONDON SE1 7TW

Tel -: 020 7339 8500

E-mail: ramblers@ramblers.org.uk

Web: www.ramblers.org.uk


The Ramblers' Association is a company limited by guarentee, registered in England & Wales.  Company registration number 4458492.  Registered charity in England & Wales number 1093577.  Registered charity in Scotland number SC039799.  Registered office: 2nd Floor, Camelford House,

87 -90 Albert Embankment, LONDON SE1 7TW

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