North Somerset Walks


Stroll along the Strawberry line to Sandford

Stroll along the Strawberry line to Sandford


How to get there Start at map ref: ST 425661 Car: Park at Yatton station or on-street nearby. Please park considerately if parking in residential roads. Bus: W1 Weston-Bristol service Carmel 88 connection to Clevedon Train: Trains stop regularly at Yatton

Rolling green fields, reedbeds, rhynes and orchards make the flat and accessible Strawberry Line an ideal route for families, dog walkers, cyclists and pedestrians.

The heritage trail follows the old railway route that ran from Yatton to Cheddar and Wells for 100 years until it closed in 1963. It takes its name from the strawberries that were grown on the Mendip Hills and transported by railway. Starting at Yatton station, pass under the metal arch which celebrates the diverse wildlife. As well as being a scenic route for walkers and cyclists, the Strawberry Line links different habitats, helping wildlife travel between them. You will soon see a special wildlife seat designed by children of Yatton junior school to celebrate Roman remains found nearby in 2000.

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Stroll along the Strawberry line to Sandford
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