Kingswood lies on the eastern side of Bristol. The high street and Regent Street have many independent shops, cafes and pubs as well as the unique Kingswood Indoor Market.

The high street is close to Kingswood Park, which is being restored thanks to the National Lottery Heritage Fund.

The town has a fascinating history of coal mining and Methodism – the nearby Grade I listed Whitfield Tabernacle was a base for the preacher George Whitfield and is currently being restored.

Kingswood It is served by regular buses coming from Bristol, Bath and the surrounding areas.

There is plenty of free parking for visitors in the public car parks at Kings Chase and Cecil Road. More local parking information including full addresses can be found on our car parks page.

Read about our proposed programme of investment into Kingswood High Street.

Explore the traders in this location

Our work supporting local high streets

We have awarded Help us Thrive grants to projects that benefit the high street including:

  • Beauty Within
  • Good Vibes 99 Ltd
  • Harper Victoria Aesthetics & Beauty Clinic
  • MPRC
  • Marshfield Mobile Ice Cream
  • Maya Consulting Ltd
  • Rainbow Bakery Café
  • Share Bristol CIC
  • Soul Family Ltd
  • Southern Brooks Community Partnership on behalf of Connecting Kingswood

In 2022 we worked with local organisations to run a Christmas market, which included performances and stalls run by traders and local organisations.

Other useful links

You may find these webpages useful for your visit to Kingswood:

Kingswood Masterplan
Connecting Kingswood: events, news and information

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