Eastwood Farm

Overview

  • Peaceful riverside reserve with woodland, ponds and plenty of wildlife.
  • Opening hours: Open at all times
  • Admission is free.
  • Certain areas are wheelchair accessible. We don't recommend wheelchairs are taken on the nature trail as some slopes are steep.

Eastwood Farm leaflet

How do I get there

Located in the Avon Valley in Brislington, south east Bristol. Access is via Whitmore Avenue.

Address
Eastwood Farm, Wyndham Crescent, Bristol BS4 4SP ‎

Map
Google map of Eastwood Farm

Community support

The Friends of Eastwood Farm are a group of local residents interested in protecting and enhancing the local nature reserve. They have regular meetings and organise work days and events.
Further information, email friends@eastwoodfarm.org.uk.

History

Eastwood Farm was run as a traditional farm until 1971. The council purchased the land and used it as a landfill site for domestic waste from 1971 to 1978.

Once the site closed for landfill, Eastwood Farm was landscaped and trees were planted. The site is now a haven for wildlife for the public to enjoy.

Awards

Site of Nature Conservation Interest.