Three Brooks Local Nature Reserve

Three Brooks is a 60 hectare local nature reserve in Bradley Stoke and is made up from woodlands, wetlands and grasslands.

Dogs will love a walk here as there are plenty of opportunities to splash around in the water in one of the many streams, look for sticks in Savages Woods or run around on the open grassy areas. For humans, there are great views looking over Bristol and beyond.

It is a valuable wild space that people living in the local community can enjoy all year round and consists of many different wildlife habitats including the Three Brooks lake, bluebell woodlands, newt ponds, acres of grassland and of course the small brooks that feed into the lake. It is home to a great variety of animals and wildflowers.

The site is owned by South Gloucestershire Council and is managed in partnership with local community group Three Brooks Nature Conservation Group and including Bradley Stoke Town Council.


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Additional information


Three Brooks Local Nature Reserve
Juniper Way
Bradley Stoke
BS32 9BJ


There are several entrances into the reserve that allow access to the woodlands and wetlands. The reserve is also accessible from the Bradley Stoke Leisure Centre and Library where there are many facilities including toilets and a cafe

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