Bridport Green Route and Sculpture Trail

Explore historic Bridport in a different way, with a 3-mile walking route and sculpture trail linking the green open spaces around this bustling market town.

The Bridport Green Route has been developed by Bridport Town Council with input from volunteers from local health and access groups. This easy going walk takes in many of the valuable green spaces that define the town.

As it is a circular walk, you can join it at any point and just keep going in a clockwise or anticlockwise direction until you reach your start point again. For a map – click here

bridport sculpture trail

The sculpture trail along the route was initially instigated by Bridport based and Royal College trained artist Isla Chaney, by placing some of her work in public spaces. This was so well received it was expanded in September 2020 with grant assistance from Dorset National Landscape  60th Anniversary Grant Fund.   You will find sculptural work clambering up trees, nestled amongst plants, and over the river. For a map of the sculpture trail please click here

The sculpture trail is managed and curated by Cleo Evans from The Arts Development Company on behalf of Bridport Town Council. Each year, new works will be chosen to enhance the natural beauty of the green spaces.

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