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Often missed, it's a nice little walk around before you can go on the Bridgwater and Taunton canal.
Kids love to look at the boats and fish.
Unfortunately some people think it's a good idea to dump rubbish in the water 😡 maybe more bins...More
A very good stroll along the dicks looking at some 30 plus boats on a sunny late Sunday afternoon. It is very clean (apart from the river parrett!) and plenty to see. It kept a 3 year old entertained for a good half hour. Plenty...More
Unfortunately Bridgwater is not the prettiest town in the UK, but with a little effort it could very much improve the local facilities. This is very much the case with the Bridgwater Docks. It is a great piece of the towns history which is overlooked...More
Pleasant stroll, not a lot to see though. A few barges and a pub with outside seating. Not a large marina but locals work to keep it litter free and a good starting/ending point for a walk along the canal.
This area has become part of my running route. It is a varied historic location which gives a glimpse of Bridgwaters industrial past. A walk along either the river or canal from this location is very enjoyable
As a child I went to Bridgwater with my family to visit family still there but don't remember being taken to the Docks. This was some years ago. But before that in 1942 my grandmother and aunt accidentally fell into the Docks and drowned while...More
Pretty much in the centre of town with lots of character if you look at what's around the edges from its previous use as a working dock connecting the tidal river to the canal. Unfortunately it is a 'little' silted up so no longer able...More