Take Part in the Cotswold Wardens’ Walk at Dyrham Park

If you are travelling to Bath soon for a city break, why not include a little rural walking in your holiday schedule? The Cotswold Voluntary Wardens at Dyrham Park have organised a special walk around the nearby farmland on September 29, which is ideal if you are staying in local Bath bed and breakfast. The

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Experience the Bath Philharmonia in Concert with Summer Classics

For anyone travelling to Bath who is looking to immerse themselves in the spa city’s culture, why not add the forthcoming performance of the Summer Classics 2012 concert on to your to-do list and experience one of the leading orchestras in the South West: the Bath Philharmonia. The programme will include Wagner’s Prelude to Act

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Rare and Hard to Find Reads at the 2012 Bath Book Festival

Anyone heading to the spa city of Bath near the end of September for a city break or a holiday might just like to add the Bath Book Fair to their holiday schedule while staying in a local b and b in Bath and soaking up some of the city’s culture. The annual Book Fair

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Enjoy MiniWorld Action Day at Castle Combe near Bath

The Great British Mini is a motoring icon the world over, so what better way to celebrate this great little motor car than with the MiniWorld Action Day at Castle Combe. This fantastic annual event is celebrating its 20th birthday this year on September 30 and offers visitors and exhibitors the world’s largest Mini trackday

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The September Vintage and Antiques Market at Green Park Station

The hugely popular Vintage and Antiques Market returns to Bath’s wonderful Green Park Station venue on September 30. So if you plan to stay at luxury a Bath bed and breakfast during this period, why not head over to this fantastic market for some bargain hunting? The Green Park Station venue is perfect for this

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Torchlit Tours of the Roman Baths ending soon

Anyone staying in a b and b in Bath this August is still in time to catch a spectacular late night viewing of the Roman Baths, but hurry as it is soon ending. Visitors have the chance to see the magnificent baths look even more spectacular than normal and there is plenty to make a

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See Harpeth Rising in Concert at Bath’s American Museum

For anyone heading to Somerset’s top spa location for a relaxing city break or even one of the therapeutic spa breaks in Bath during early September, why not add a trip to the American Museum of Britain? oused at the beautiful Claverton Manor, this is the only museum of Americana outside the United States, with

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Jane Austen Fans enjoy an evening with Mr. Wickham

One of the UK’s most celebrated female novelists, Jane Austen is also one of Bath’s most famous former residents, and has her own dedicated annual festival during mid-September. This year the Jane Austen Festival will be taking place in the spa city of Bath between September 14 – 22 and offers over 60 different individual

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A Culinary Feast at Dyrham Park with the Love Food Festival

Visitors can enjoy a culinary feast at Bath’s Dyrham Park with the Autumn Love Food Festival on September 30, which offers a great day out for people of all ages. Dyrham Park is a magnificent 17th century property which is owned by the National Trust. This wonderful house, situated within its own grounds with forests

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Kids Enjoy Bath Festival of Children’s Literature

If you’re visiting Bath during late September with a family, finding fun ways to entertain or occupy the kids won’t be a challenge with this year’s Bath Festival of Children’s Literature. The festival is a ten day event taking place during September 28 – October 7 and offers children a wonderful opportunity to enjoy many

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