Latest Posts

Have you thought about being more active? Lynn did and here’s her story: Lynn works at Bridgwater & Taunton College, Bridgwater Campus. For some time she had been thinking about walking or cycling and becoming more active, stating exercise and avoiding the daily ordeal of car parking and traffic congestion as the key reasons. “I… more

Well done to all the Year 6s from North Petherton Primary who last term learnt how to take care of their bikes, in cycle maintenance training delivered as part of The Bridgwater Way. Working in pairs/threes, the children learnt about their bike and how to take good care of it – including regular checks as… more

Cycling and walking in the Bridgwater area is about to get much easier – thanks to the latest technology! We have launched our brand new digital cycling and walking map for Bridgwater and the surrounding area. It means cyclists and walkers can now plan their journeys in advance or on the go by using smart… more

The Bridgwater Way’s recent virtual Easter egg hunt proved a huge success with communities in Bridgwater and North Petherton. We invited communities in North Petherton, Stockmoor and Wilstock to take part in the hunt which was similar in design to the Pokemon Go phenomenon. Families and children were encouraged to search out hidden eggs in… more

The Bridgwater Way  is inviting communities in North Petherton, Stockmoor and Wilstock to take part in a virtual Easter egg hunt which is similar in design to the Pokemon Go phenomenon!  An amazing way to get active with the whole family, explore some beautiful green spaces and find virtual eggs in participating parks in Bridgwater. Families… more

A big thank you to pupils and parents from North Petherton, St Joseph’s, Wembdon St George’s, and Westover Green primaries for recently taking part in the first Bridgwater Schools Travel Challenge. Every little step helps! Schools went head-to-head in an effort to encourage pupils to walk, cycle or scoot all, or part of, their journey… more