The Bridgend Centre are proud to announce their latest publication – Bridgend Tree Trails. These four walks, all starting and finishing at the Bridgend Centre can be walked individually or in combination to create a 14-mile loop around Bollington.
Originally set up by the Bridgend around 9 years ago, the walks have been checked and routes revised with input from local artists, photographers and Bollington graphic designer Pete Thorpe. The project was run by Avril Corbett and supported by the National Lottery Heritage Fund through the South West Peak Partnership.
You can see where the Tree Trail routes go here and obtain further information including downloading a children’s ‘Tree Trail Explorer’ sheet for each trail.
Thank you to all the wonderful volunteers who made the project possible by walking the trails, reading the original walk instructions and materials, proof-reading the books and especially Pete Thorp of Visual Machine who volunteered countless hours to create the beautiful book we have today.
You can pick up one of these lovely booklets for a suggested donation of £1 from the Bridgend Centre and get out and about following the new markers in the warm weather this weekend and beyond! Alternatively, you can download a version here:
There is also a larger print version, which you can download: