Plym Bridge is on the north side of Plymouth and is an area of woodland and river which is really popular with the public. There is so much to do and enjoy at this National Trust Property.
Between March and July we run the Plym Peregrine project - this aims to protect the breeding peregrine falcons and also show them to thousands of people. For further details visit our special web site.
In addition route 27 of the National Cycle Network runs through the property. You can park in our car park to begin your cycle which can take you right up into the heart of Dartmoor. For more details of the cycle route press here - you can also download a special cycle map here.
The area is also full of lots of industrial archaeology which gives you an insight into the history of the place.
There are lots of projects and events you can get involved with - contact us if you want more details - telephone 01752341377 0r email us here.