St Werburghs is a great little community nestled between the M32 motorway, railway embankments and allotment slopes. The City Farm provides a green oasis and adds pigs, goats, sheep, ducks, hens and rabbits to the list of St Werburghs residents. St Werburghs even has a couple of listed buildings – the climbing centre set within a Fifteenth century Church on Mina Road and one of Bristol’s most historic public urinals!
The majority of properties in the area are two and three bedroom homes. Among the rows of these red brick terraced houses is a real feel of a ‘green village’ within the inner city. At the end of Mina Road you’ll find 2.1 acres of concrete slab that have been turned into a sustainable house-building project. If you are interested in architecture then you must visit this eco home haven. If you take a stroll further down Mina Road you will find a great little park and a community of local shops. While St Werburghs may not be the most well-known Bristol suburb, it is certainly one of the most cherished« BACK TO AREA GUIDE