Clevedon is a seaside resort on the Bristol Channel with easy access from the M5 at Junction 20.
Our attractive town, which has a population of about 21,000, is a vibrant mix of the old and the new, with a good selection of shops for all tastes and a wide assortment of excellent restaurants to relish.
Fantastic views are to be had across the water to South Wales along with interesting walks and one of the most famous sunsets in the country.
This all goes to making Clevedon a special place to enjoy, so
welcome to our town.
A walk of about 4 miles ending with a Pub Lunch.
Leaders: Wendy & Liz Telephone: 874767
Long Ashton Walk
This will be an illustrated talk on the Millers and Communities associated with the very distinctive Windmills of Somerset.
The photograph shows Stembridge Mill, High Ham
All meetings are at
St Andrew’s Church Centre, Clevedon at 7.30pm
All are welcome, visitors £3
The Ashmeads of Bristol
The Ashmead family were very prominent in the mapping of Bristol. George Ashmead was the city surveyor and mapped the central area of Bristol dated 1828, 1854 and 1874.
The 1828 plan was started by John Plumley and finished by Ashmead. The family have tombs in Arnos Vale Cemetery.
A change of rendezvous for this walk the meeting place will now be at the Strode Road Car Park ( near the Sports Centre)