Three Brooks nature reserve
The Three Brooks local nature reserve is an area of woodland, hedgerows and paths in Bradley Stoke. It has a lake, brooks, pond areas, a community orchard and wildflower meadows.
How to get there
It can be accessed from many roads in the surrounding areas. There is an entrance behind Bradley Stoke Leisure Centre with a car park.
You can find cycle racks by Bradley Stoke Library.
There are also many bus services that run to Bradley Stoke. You can use Travelwest’s journey planner for more information.
Bradley Stoke, Bristol BS32 9BL
Much of the nature reserve is accessible for wheelchair users and pushchairs. In the winter months some paths may be muddy and have puddles.
You can find toilets and a café in Bradley Stoke Leisure Centre.
The Willowbrook shopping centre is just over 100 metres away, opposite the leisure centre.
The nature reserve is cared for by the Three Brooks nature conservation group and Bradley Stoke Green Gym. They are made up of a group of residents who help us manage the reserve.
They organise a range of events and practical workdays to help raise awareness of the nature reserve and to enhance its biodiversity.
You can find out more or contact the conservation group on their Three Brooks nature conservation group Facebook page.
There is a rich mix of habitats that provide a valuable place for wildlife by providing food and shelter. Wildlife in the Three Brooks nature reserve includes reed buntings, great crested newts, and slow worms.
You can find more detailed information by viewing our Three Brooks information leaflet. The site also has a permanent orienteering trail.