67. Across the Creek: 21 years of Gosport’s Millennium Bridge

67. Across the Creek: 21 years of Gosport’s Millennium Bridge

In Person

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Gosport Millenium Bridge, Weevil Lane, Gosport, Hampshire, PO12 1AY

Come and find out more about Gosport’s Award Winning Millennium Bridge and help us to celebrate 21 years since the construction of our beautiful Big White Bridge.

This bridge, for walking and cycling only, is part of The Millennium Trail which links the Royal Navy Submarine Museum to Explosion Museum of Naval Firepower. It provides amazing harbourside views.

You can peruse a display of the history of the Forton Creek crossing from Medieval times to present day. They’ll be information about the design and construction of the bridge and its environment (surrounded by a SSSI). Share your stories and tell us how you use the bridge…

There will also be opportunities to take part in filming for a celebratory documentary about the Bridge.

To view a short video on the Millenium Bridge click this link

OPENING TIMES

Saturday 11 September: 1000-1600
Sunday 12 September: 1000-1600

BOOKING DETAILS

No booking required – JUST TURN UP AND ENJOY

ACCESS

There are a disabled parking bays in Cooperage Green car park. Step free access.

Wheel chair Service dogs welcome Accesible parking parking Mobility impaired family friendly refreshments

 

 

COVID-19 Considerations

This event will run in line with local & national government guidelines at the time of the festival.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Main Visitor car park: Cooperage Green, Weevil Lane, PO12 1AQ (4hrs free) – this is first entrance on right as you enter Weevil Lane. Well-behaved dogs on leads are welcome. There are a variety of nice restaurants, cafes and bars in Royal Clarence Yard and Priddy’s Hard area, should you wish to partake of food and beverages in these popular venues.

 

ORGANISED BY

Cycle Gosport & Royal Clarence Marina Residents Association

DIRECTIONS

On The Millennium Trail route. The display will be in a gazebo on land adjacent to Regents Place Tower and the Millennium Bridge.