Fun facts about the harbour and why we’re excited about the BMI Regional Bristol Harbourside Walk:
- Bristol harbour is over 200 years old, opening in 1809
- During the walk you will pass world class attractions such as Brunel’s SS Great Britain, @Bristol Science Centre, Bristol Aquarium, Watershed and M Shed.
- The harbour boasts a host of sports and activities to keen you occupied when you finish your walk. Why not try your hand at paddle boarding, yachting or rowing?
- Waterside bars and restaurants make the perfect Sunday afternoon stop off when you finish your endeavour
- Bristol Harbourside is enriched with history, yet remains one of the most vibrant and picturesque sites in Bristol
- Dogs are welcome – bring your four-legged friends to enjoy the day
- All participants can enjoy a post reception buffet at the Slug and Lettuce for just £5
- Walking has many health benefits such as helping lose weight, toning up and giving you an energy boost!
- By taking part in the BMI Regional Bristol Harbourside Walk you are helping save lives across the UK by raising awareness and valuable funds towards preventative research and support for those affected by meningitis.
Join us on Sunday 10 April at Millennium Square to be a part of this unforgettable five mile walk around Bristol harbourside, marking 30 incredible years of Meningitis Now.
Tickets are now available and cost £10 per adult, £5 for children and under 5’s go free. A family ticket (4 people) can be purchased for £25 and concessions cost £7.50.
Thirty Incredible Years
The event launches as part of our 30th anniversary celebrations, remembering monumental achievements and all those who have been affected by this devastating disease. As we enter our 30th year, we remain committed to the fight against meningitis.
This year we are aiming to raise new funds to help us address complacency around the need to stay vigilant to ensure rapid diagnosis, support high vaccine uptake especially in young people, and to increase knowledge and understanding of the impact of the disease so everyone gets timely information and support.