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Bishop's Knoll Wood and Old Sneed Park Nature Reserve

Difficulty Leisurely

Walking time 2 hours

Length 2.4km / 1.5mi

Route developer: Alison Griffies

Route checker: Philip Cheesewright

Start location Bramble Lane, Sneyd Park, Bristol
Route Summary A fascinating walk through an interesting wood, which was planted on the site of a deer park used by the Bishops of Worcester in the 13th century, and later became the garden of Knoll House, now dilapidated but being tended by the Woodland Trust.

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