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The Big Green Trail: fun, free and inclusive activities.

Saturday, June 22


The Big Green Trail with fun, free and inclusive activities taking place across Plymouth!

Running from 10am-4pm there will be a range of free activities for you to enjoy as you explore the fantastic projects we have in Plymouth. From mermaid purse making at the National Marine Aquarium to free bike rides at Victoria Park or crafts at Central library to immersive screenings at Market Hall there is something for everyone! 

Stroll, roll, scoot or bus between stops as we discover new ways to travel around our vibrant city. 

Ride for FREE on the Beryl e-bikes across Plymouth on Saturday 22 June.* 

Kids also travel free on any City Bus journey across Plymouth.**

Check out the interactive Big Green Trail map below to see where activities are taking place across the city!

Top tips while out and about: 

  • Wear comfy shoes and weather appropriate clothing 
  • Don’t forget the green cross code 
  • Wear something bright
  • And most importantly, have fun!

Head to www.traveline.info to plan your journey.  

*Free Beryl e-bike rides limited to two, one-hour journeys per person. 

**Under 16s travel free on City Bus journeys across Plymouth with a paying adult.  

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