Outreach from a Bus Trip

Wells Cathedral from the east (2013)

Wells Cathedral from the east (2013)

We started with Horfield Methodist Church Folks and now include some Horfield Parish Church Folks. We would like to include all in our Community.

Are you worried about going out on your own. Join us for the chance to have a fun day out a reasonable cost with like minded people. All the trips have been risked assessed and we have a first aider with us.

Save on your energy bills for a day a month, catch a bus?

Normally we meet up at “The Point”Newagent, the News Agent in Bristol Bus Station for 10:00 a.m on a Wednesday,

Plenty of Tea and toilet breaks, not much walking. We encourage all abilities, please bring your walking frame and sticks, if needed.

Most of us have Bus Passes or you can buy a Bristol or a West of England ticket from the Bus Driver. (Family or individual)

We try and go to attractions which are low cost, some have to pay to enter. There is no cost for the organisation of the trips the only cost to you will be food and attraction entrance charges

Some of the Places we visit are: Clevedon, Weston Super Mare, Wraxall, Bath, Wells, Glastonbury, Street, Cheddar, Axbridge, Burnham on Sea, Chepstow, Newport, Bristol, etc.

Venues like Helicopter Museum, American Museum, M Shed, Bristol Museum, Clarks Village, Clevedon Court, Tyntesfield, Glastonbury Abbey, Wells Cathedral and market, Bath Abbey, Chepstow Castle and Museum, Cinemas, Bowling, etc.

October 18 Bus trip

The next bus trip is to explore the Museum at Muller House and the Bristol Museum.

We will meet at Müller House, 7 Cotham Park, Bristol, BS6 6DA for 10:00. Its near a 72 Bus route.

Then afterwards a 72 Bus towards Bristol Museum, Weatherspoons for lunch.

Then the Bristol Museum, Diving into the Jurassic deep this summer and come face to face with the biggest and fiercest of all underwater beasts, the


Museum at Müller House

The small, one-room museum at Müller House documents the work of George Müller through photographs and artefacts from the Ashley Down Orphan Homes and later ‘scattered homes’. Additionally, there are papers and personal effects which belonged to George Müller. We are continually uplifted by our visitors’ interaction with the story of George Müller and their hunger to know more about the on-going work of the charity.

Bristol Museum & Art Gallery


Free entry! Explore our collections of art, nature and history on display in this beautiful building. Find out about the last billion years of Earth’s history, explore the region’s natural wonders and discover more about peoples’ lives, past and present.

Radical Clay: Teaching with the greatest potters of the 1960s

EXHIBITION: Studio pottery is not just a load of brown pots! See 50 pieces from the collection including work by Lucy Rie, Bernard Leach, Hans Coper, Ruth Duckworth and more.


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