The Woodland Trust reserve of Knoll hill is the remnants of the extended woodland garden of the nineteenth century Bishops palace. It extends down the slope of the Gorge as far as the track of the Severn Beach railway line.
Hung Road is a strange name for a short section of the bank of the Avon, but it is a fascinating place. It is close to the ancient village of Pill on the Somerset bank of the Avon but it can only be seen from the Shirehampton meadows. Continue reading Hung Road, Bristol