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Brandon Hill Park
Location: Park Street
About: You may only have BBQ's in certain parts of Brandon Hill, view them here. You must not have the BBQ in a children's play area and the BBQ must be:
- shop bought, not home-made
- placed on the ground, not on park furniture
- on legs, so the grass isn't burnt
- watched when lit
- cold before it's put in a rubbish bin
You must put all litter in a rubbish bin or take it home with you and open fires aren't allowed.
Things to do: Other than BBQ's here, they also have a dog-free play area for under 12s, The Cabot Tower, toilets close to Cabot Tower and two outdoor exercise stations.
Address: Brandon Hill Park, Park St, Bristol, Avon BS1 5RR
About: They allow BBQ's on Ladies Mile, view where on this map you can have them.
Things to do: You can also visit the Café Retreat here, they also offer benches and picnic areas, children’s playground on Sion Hill, six outdoor exercise stations, football pitches and changing rooms, Avon Gorge, Clifton Down Camp, an Iron Age hillfort near the Clifton Observatory, Clifton Observatory, camera obscura and cave and Roman Road on Durdham Downs.
Address: Clifton Downs, Stoke Rd, Clifton, Bristol BS9 1FG
Blaise Castle Estate
Location: Lawrence Weston
About: You can have BBQ's here as long as they are raised off the ground to protect the grass.
Things to do & Facilities: As well as BBQ's here, you can also go on long walks around the estate, Blaise Castle House Museum, Blaise Hamlet (National Trust property), Blaise Castle, Blaise Plant Nursery, Dairy and gardens
café, children’s play area with areas for younger and older children, toilets with baby changing facilities, benches and picnic areas, one cricket pitch, grassed space for play and sport and a lovely lily pond.
Address: Blaise Castle Estate, Kings Weston Road, Lawrence Weston, Bristol, BS10 7QS