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A Branch of the National Autistic Society

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Avon Valley Country Park

About Avon Valley

 

 

> Closed session for NAS Bristol members

 

> Fun for all the family

 

> Indoor soft play barn

 

> Outdoor adventure playground

 

> Nature walk

 

> Animals

 

> Mini train / tractor rides

 

NAS Bristol try to organise a trip to Avon Valley at the start of the summer to celebrate the beginning of the school summer holidays. This activity is a firm family favourite with lots to do for everyone.

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Where is Avon Valley?

Avon Valley Adventure & Wildlife Park

Pixash Ln,

Bath Rd,

Keynsham,

Bristol,

BS31 1TP

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Every summer we try to organise a Bristol Branch outing to Avon Valley to celebrate the start of the summer holidays.

 

This is a fantastic, fun family event suited to all ages. many families bring along a picnic and make the most of the beautiful surroundings.

 

This is a chance for families to meet other families and for children to meet and make new friends.

 

There is lots to do at this event with places to play indoors and outdoors so it is great fun whatever the weather!

 

Families are free to walk around the park, to play and view the animals.

 

Most years we are even fortunate enough to have the miniature railway and tractor tours of the park running, where families can have unlimited rides for the duration of our visit.

 

This is a closed session for NAS Bristol members only, the park is not open to the public during our visit.

 

While we dont charge a fixed fee, we do ask families if they are able to make a voluntary donation (suggested donation of £5 per family) to help us cover our costs and provide more events in the future.

 

Parents / carers remain responsible for their own children at all times during this and all NAS Bristol events.

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