Tuesday, 23 June 2015

Event: Urban Wanderings - Green Routes

Last week saw Green Routes, an Urban Wandering walk, wend its way from Brunel's Mile to Temple Meads. Led by urban design and conservation specialist Alastair Brook, the walk touched on the five Bristol Green Capital themes (Food, Nature, Resources, Energy and Transport) to explore ideas and projects en route that are working to make Bristol a happier, healthier, better connected and more resourceful city.

Pop-up speakers included Melissa Mean of Redcliffe Forum, who discussed plans for Redcliffe Way; and Claire Raikes from Incredible Edible Bristol, introducing their Urban Growing trail from Temple Meads to Millennium Square. The walk took in the planting beds at Chatterton’s House – two vegetable, one for pollinators - and later looked at the new bed just installed at 100 Temple St (Bristol City Council offices).

This walk was part of Bristol's BIG Green Week.

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