Memorial Woodlands offers families the chance to say a personal, appropriate farewell in the beautiful surroundings of our woodland cemetery, situated in a peaceful valley just outside Thornbury.
Our onsite chapel and reception rooms will be yours for the day to hold whatever kind of service you wish; traditional, ecological, religious or humanist.
If you are arranging a funeral now or making plans for the future, please do come to see our beautiful grounds for yourself and learn about our range of services, funeral plans and woodland memorials. We’ll give you all the time, support and advice you need.
Memorial Woodlands Woodland Cemetery: Earthcott Green, Alveston, Bristol BS35 3TA
Memorial Woodlands Westbury office: 18 High Street, Westbury-on-Trym, Bristol BS9 3DU
Call 01454 414999 or click below.
The Avon Wildlife Trust is the largest membership-based wildlife organisation in the area, dedicated to promoting and protecting wildlife.
A Fairtrade directory has been produced to showcase the huge range of Fairtrade products now on offer and make it easier for consumers in South Gloucestershire to track down Fairtrade options. Click the link below to read more and download the directory.
Join in the fun! Help the Friends of Ridge Wood manage this much valued, wildlife-rich woodland. All are welcome - we work hard but have lots of parties!
We are a small group that will welcome new members. We work at our own pace litterpicking, weeding, cutting back brambles, and pruning shrubs.
Kingfisher Road, Chipping Sodbury
Latteridge Hill, Latteridge BS37 9TS
Tel: 07849 065551
Tel: 07766 023921
Coppers Cottage, The Parade, Bristol BS37 6AT
Tel: 07831 122277
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 Sodbury in Bloom group are a small band of volunteers who meet 10am on the first Thursday of the month by the clock tower to garden around town. They are also looking for people who might be willing to keep an eye on their local patch, cutting weeds back or planting bulbs as appropriate.
If you have green fingers and fancy enhancing your local patch, please get in touch.
Tel: 01454 853736
Local campaigns include transport, planning, recycling, wildlife and nuclear power.
Southwold Ramblers is a local group of the Ramblers' Association (RA). The group is based in the Yate and Chipping Sodbury area of South Gloucestershire; however, our walks take us to many different locations.
The group organises rambles (approx 4-15 miles) on a regular programme throughout the year, during the week and at weekends.
The warmth and exhilaration of flower rich meadows, secretive ancient woodlands and wooded grassland plateaux are all found on a visit to Wapley Bushes Local Nature Reserve to the south of Yate.
Between Cherington and Besom Lane, Yate