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Memory Walk

Bristol Memory Walk

Venue Lloyds Amphitheatre
Date 21 September 2024
Arrival time From 10am
First walk starts From 11am
Routes 1.5km or 5km
Registration fee Free
Fundraising target £160

Feel it all at an Alzheimer’s Society Memory Walk

Join us at Lloyds Amphitheatre, Bristol in 2024 and share an incredible day with others who understand how it feels to be affected by dementia.  

Share advice, laughter, and support at the Bristol Memory Walk. And when you cross the finish line, celebrate with your medal, knowing you have walked for a world where dementia no longer devastates lives.

Sign up for free today to secure your place.

Key information

Meeting point

Bristol Memory Walk will start and finish in the event site at Lloyds Amphitheatre. Please note this area is paved. Find us using the postcode BS1 5LL, alternatively enter indoor.steps.gained into the What3Words App..

Travel information

There is no dedicated event parking, please use city centre parking and public transport. Lloyds Amphitheatre is 1.6km walk from Bristol Temple Meads. For drop-offs only, head to Canons Way. Please consider the most sustainable method of transport, or car share where possible.


To make sure everyone's included, there are two routes to choose from on the day of Memory Walk.

A shorter 1.5km route, which is wheelchair accessible and suitable for all ages and abilities.

The longer 5km route takes you around Bristol’s historic harbourside, enjoying views of the S.S. Great Britain and Cumberland Basin before returning across Pero’s Bridge, and is more challenging and not suitable for pushchairs or wheelchairs due to the nature of the pathways, and some uneven terrain throughout the route.

Please note the route and distance is subject to change, and suitable footwear is recommended.


•    Dogs allowed
•    Toilets
•    Refreshments


The meeting point is on level, paved ground. Both routes are on pavement and the short route is suitable for wheelchairs and pushchairs with assistance. The long route has uneven and cobbled pathways. There is no dedicated accessible parking.


Aim to raise £160, or as much as you can, so you can support more people affected by dementia now, and in the future.

Lots of tips and tricks are included in your fundraising pack you receive through the post, but you can get started now by checking out our Fundraise page!

Frequently asked questions

Got a question? Visit our FAQ page to find out more.