Alney Island is an 80 hectare site, located on the banks of the River Severn and less than a kilometre from the city centre. For centuries this area was the lowest river crossing point to Wales and the site is steeped in history and heritage, including bridges designed and built by two of the most famous Victorian engineers – Brunel and Telford. The area is also known for the Severn Bore and at Alney it reaches its peak; bringing visitors from around the globe to view this spectacular natural phenomenon. No less than four long distance footpaths also pass through the riverside meadows – the Severn Way, Gloucestershire Way, Glevum Way and Wysis Way.


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