Focus on Bath – Savouring Bath Food Tour

We’re incredibly lucky in Bath to have so many wonderful and varied markets, restaurants, delis, takeaways, bars and cafes; so much so that sometimes it’s difficult to decide where to go. Helping to make it easier for you is a new tour of the city – Savouring Bath – that leads you on a foodies

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Focus on Bath – Jane Austen

Stratford-upon-Avon has Shakespeare, Dorchester has Hardy, and who does Bath have…Bath has Jane Austen. Many cities in the UK celebrate their literary connections with museums, festivals and souvenirs, and none more so than our city of Bath. You can come and see the places Jane Austen would have seen, walk where she would have walked,

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Party in the City – Bath International Music Festival 2016

Are you ready to get your glad rags on and come join the party, for it’s that time of year again…time for the whole city to reverberate to the sound of music…yes, it’s Bath International Music Festival! Now in its 68th year, Bath’s International Music Festival runs from Friday 20th May 2016 through until Sunday

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Focus on Bath – St Swithun’s Church, Walcot

If you arrive into Bath via the A4 London Road, heading for the centre, you will come to a roundabout whereby you have to make a choice to either turn left down Walcot Street, or to carry straight on along the Paragon and onto George Street. At the meeting point of these roads, opposite the

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New beginnings – January in Bath

With all the feast and festivities over for another year some of you will be looking at what to do in the new year. Make it a new start and come and experience Bath! January may seem like a long month with nothing much on, but in Bath there is plenty to keep you occupied.

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Festivals of Bath – Jane Austen Festival 2015

Jane Austen is BIG in Bath. Wherever you go there’s some reference to the writer and if you love the two books she set in the city (Northanger Abbey and Persuasion) then you’ll also be aware of many sights that would have been familiar to Jane, even now. Austen has more connections with the city

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Summer Holidays

“School’s out for Summer!” as Alice Cooper once sang, but one thing Cooper hadn’t thought of was how to keep the kids occupied during those long six weeks. Well, fear not, we’ve come up with a few different ideas for all the family to enjoy on a trip to Bath this summer holidays. Here’s some

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Finding the perfect gift for Father’s Day

Father’s Day is nearly upon us (Sunday, 21st June if you didn’t realise), and we thought we’d help you out and do some of the hard work for you in trying to find a gift for that important man in your life – your dad. Bath isn’t just about the ladies’ shops, there are also

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Musical May – Bath International Music Festival

Established in 1948, Bath International Music Festival is now in its 67th year and stronger than ever. This year it runs from Friday 15th May to Tuesday 26th May. The popular festival, sees the city come alive with music from nearly 2000 performers over its 12 day run. From classical, jazz, folk and world music,

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Women of Bath

Since it was International Women’s Day (8th March 2015), and Mothering Sunday (15th March 2015) last month, plus the inaugural Women of Bath event at The Guildhall in the city on 9th March, supported by our very own female Mayor, Cherry Beath, we thought we’d write a post about some of the important women who

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