PARTNERS AND SUPPORTERS2018-05-15T14:17:16+00:00

Partners and supporters

Bristol Walk Fest takes place only through the generous collaboration and support of local organisations and individuals.

We’d like to say a huge thank you to all our partners and supporters. We could not have done it without you.

Festival organisers and funders

Bristol Walk Fest 2018 is coordinated by Active Ageing Bristol, a collaboration between Bristol Sport Foundation, The Anchor Society and St Monica Trust, in partnership with LinkAge Network and Bristol Ramblers with investment from the TravelWest Fund.

2018 programme partners and contributors

A Forgotten Landscape, Admiral Plum, Ambition Lawrence Weston, Arnos Vale Cemetery Trust, Avon Gorge and Downs Wildlife Project and Friends of the Downs and Avon Gorge, Avonmouth Wacky-Walkers, Brave Bold Drama Community Interest Company, Bristol City Community Trust, Bristol City Council, Bristol Civic Society, Bristol Dementia Action Alliance, Bristol Flyers Community, Bristol Jets Community, Bristol Libraries, Bristol Multi Faith Forum, Bristol Nordic Walking, Bristol Orienteering Klub, Bristol Ramblers, Bristol Rocks, Bristol Rovers Community Trust, Bristol Rugby Community Foundation, Bristol South Skyline Walk Group, Bristol Sport Foundation, Bristol United Walking Football Club, Bristol Walking Alliance, Brunel’s SS Great Britain, ClairCity Bristol (University of the West of England), Clean Air Bishopston, Clevedon Ramblers, Clifton Suspension Bridge Trust, Forest of Avon Trust, Freelance Mum, Friends of Badock’s Wood, Friends of Brandon Hill, Friends of the Avon New Cut, Friends of the Downs, Friends of Troopers Hill, Gloucestershire County Football Association, Gloucestershire Cricket Board, Go Foraging, Hartcliffe Health and Environment Action Group, In Your Dog House, Incredible Edible Bristol, Inner City and East Bristol Health Team, Jacobs Wells Community Hub, JustJog, Knightstone Housing, Knowle West Health Park, LGBT Bristol, Living Streets, Lockleaze and Horfield Strollers, M Shed, Man Food Project/University of Southampton, Norton Radstock Ramblers, Parkwood Leisure, Robin Tetlow, Saint Stephen’s and Holy Trinity Hotwells, Southern Links Children’s Centre, Southmead Development Trust, St George Strollers, St Monica Trust, Stanfords Bristol, Sustrans, The Architecture Centre, The Churches Conservation Trust, The Severnside Community Rail Partnership, University of Bristol, Wellspring Healthy Living Centre and Wild Dye Garden.