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14 February 2012

A Bite with Bennett
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Taken by Trees: Exhibition
bo.lee gallery will open the new year with a show featuring...

Hope / Poverty art exhibition
Hope and Poverty is an art exhibition with a difference. Ove...

Valentine's Day Film plus Chocolate Tasting
This Valentine’s day, treat that special someone to a luxuri...

David Brayne: the Somerset Levels
A Member of the Royal Watercolour Society, David has lived c...

NEIGHBOURHOOD WATCH - A new play written and directed by Alan Ayckbourn
“I’ve always been interested in how, out of tiny things, war...

Sport and Fashion - Opens 4 February 2012, continuing throughout 2012
The red, white and blue suit that Olympic gold medallist Amy...

Art of Arrangement: Photography and the Still Life Tradition
Art of Arrangement: Photography and the Still Life Tradition...

Drawing for Absolute Beginners
Anyone can learn to draw. In a friendly atmosphere, with ple...

Creative Garden Design - Learn to design a garden with an artist's eye
Workshop: 8 weeks Starting 7th February - An opportunity to...

in this high flying workshop! A great chance to get off the...

Louis Ghost Chair
Louis Ghost Chair, a new film by Simon Martin, premieres at...

Curious About Bath Spa? Walk and Discover
Whether you’re a resident, or just visiting, if youre curiou...

“ The police are hanging on by a whisker… by that much...It’...

Will Kemp, a purveyor of "mad jests and merry jigs", was a f...

The Judgement of Macbeth is an exciting experiment – a work-...

My Favourite Summer My Favourite Summer: Production Image in association with Harrogate Theatre, wr
From the company that brought you Thick as Thieves, Studs an...

Gillian Ayres RA: Works on Paper
Gillian Ayres, one of our most celebrated artists, taught at...

Join us in the Tea Room at the Assembly Rooms for tea and ca...

An Exhibition of etchings, fine art prints and unique paper art by 5 artists from Spike Print Studio
From the long established processes of etching and relief pr...

Beginners Guide to Beekeeping with Louis Hodgkin
This interesting and informative day will be split into two...

Jo Longhurst: Suspension
This exhibition features work developed over the last four y...

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The catsuit that Olympic gold medallist Amy Williams wore at...

Bo Lee Gallery presents Three Kingdoms
THREE KINGDOMS 30 January - 22 February 2012 Private V...

Have you seen my Childhood? Trail
Join us for a week of family fun. Children were often dresse...

Sue Macpherson Exhibition at The Royal Photographic Society
Sue Macpherson is a Dorset based photographer who has been a...

Dancer & the Devil
Rogue and Anna Maria Murphy. Set in a secret bar, a nightclu...

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The City of Bath  and the beautiful countryside which surrounds it has been described as one of England's most beautiful places to visit. Bath is situated within the south west of England and is a fabulous city to visit

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Bath and its stunning surrounding countryside offer’s tourists a multitude of fantastic places to visit from stately homes and gardens to the impressive Stonehenge. Very easy to navigate on foot, the city of Bath, boasts a unique and diverse range of restaurants, independent shops, businesses, theatres, pubs and a wide range of city tours. Accommodation within and around the city covers all the top Bath Hotels, Bath Guest Houses, Bath B&B's, Bath Self Catering, and Bath farm Inns.

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The Old Rectory Lacock
- Built in 1866, the Old Rectory is a superb example of Victorian Gothic architecture and is now a beautiful family house set in its own grounds. Situated amongst fields near the picturesque National Trust village of Lacock in rural North Wiltshire, the Old Rectory offers a real taste of country life and is ideally placed for exploring Wiltshire, Bath, and the Cotswolds. The house boasts individually designed bedrooms, drawing room, dining room, orchard, croquet lawn, and many original features such as mullioned windows and an ecclesiastical bell! There's ample private car parking and room for bicycles. Feature on The Old Rectory Lacock

Westwood Rocks – New Bath Store
Westwood Rocks was founded in 2000 by Lauren Westwood and specialises in handmade gemstone and freshwater pearl jewellery, complimented by an in-house bespoke design service. We have 4 sub-brands: Lauren Westwood Collection, Rainbow –pieces in 30 colour ways, Classics – pearl and stone signature pieces, Bridal - bespoke service available. Find us online: www.westwoodrocks.com
or pop into one of our stores in Bath, Cambridge, Farnham, Godalming, Guildford or Wimbledon Village.

Monumental Tours - We are a small family business that put on tours through the best parts of the Cotswolds. We offer a Brewery Tour to the award winning Wickwar Brewery, a Cotswold Tour and the Shakespeare Tour. The tours will leave at approx 9.O0am and return at approx 5.30pm with exception of the Brewery Tour which we do on a evening or a Saturday afternoon.  For further information  or to book please telephone 01454 800 164 or visit www.monumentaltours.co.uk

The Rajpoot restaurant - A Classic Indian restaurant and one of Britain's finest.  In the world renowned city of Bath that consists of magnificent Georgian beauty and Roman imagination, we are proud to have become a part of the cities heritage by maintaining high standards and attracting food lovers to the city through our own merit. Our food is a source of acclaim, our fare is often commended for its potency to the palate through gentle layers of delicate but fastidious flavouring and use of only fine ingredients. Our team of dedicated chefs regard cooking as a true art and this has culminated in the garnering of numerous awards and accolades. For further information please visit www.rajpoot.com

The Bathwick Boatman Riverside Restaurant is only a stroll away from Bath City Centre and overlooks one of the prettiest reaches of the river Avon. Tucked away in residential Bathwick’s historic Boating Station (est. c1833) this delightful restaurant has all the charm of the rowing clubhouse it used to be, with a contemporary edge of clean colours and simple yet sophisticated décor.  Menu favourites include light lunches such as grilled goat’s cheese with red onion chutney, or more hearty dishes such as cassoulet, or black spaghetti with mascarpone, smoked salmon and chives. You can pop by for coffee on the tranquil terrace, a light lunch or a candle lit dinner. Children are very welcome, there is a private customer car park or you could hop on a boat from Pulteney Weir! For further information please visit www.bathwickboatman.com

Ashley Villa is a family run guest house offering clean and comfortable bed and breakfast accommodation in Bath. We have 13 en-suite rooms available. Our facilities are perfect for the weekly business traveller, the holiday tourist, the family get together, the special weekend away. We can offer you one night stays, midweek special deals and group bookings. In our cosy lounge you will find a wide selection of brochures and leaflets on the local attractions that Bath and the surroundings have to offer. Also available are two daily newspapers, so you can catch up with what's happening in the world today. For further information please visit www.ashleyvilla.co.uk

One Three Nine - Bath.  One Three Nine is a stunning Victorian residence situated just a 10 minute walk from the city centre. The city's first luxurious boutique B & B, One Three Nine offers modern, contemporary English design with chic interiors which complement this Victorian House, which has earned a 5 star rating with the AA. All 10 stunning bedrooms are all individually styled using the latest contemporary fabrics and furnishings, offering sumptuously comfortable beds by Hypnos with The White Company linen, flatscreen TV's, DVD players and air-conditioning. Special offers are available between November and April (subject to availability). For further information please visit: www.139bath.co.uk

Serenata Flowers.  Serenata provide customers nationwide with 'An Experience in Flowers', and have established one of the most popular online florists in the UK by offering a first class nationwide flower delivery service. Even if you are not able to visit your friends and families or celebrating or honour someone personally in Bath, why not show your appreciation by sending flowers to Bath.  To send someone, 'an experience in flowers’; order online at www.serenataflowers.com.


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Spotlight Old Rectory

The Old Rectory in Lacock B&B has been in the Spotlight in more ways than one. Firstly they have been selected as a Regional Finalist for a rural enteprise Award. The Countryside Alliance Awards celebrate rural communities and enterprises. Nicknamed the rural oscars, they are now in their 6th year and enable the CA to applaud all this is good about rural life. Continue reading...
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Vote for the Roman Baths and help us win the Art Fund Prize!

The Roman Baths has been long listed for the most prestigious prize in the museum world. The Art Fund Prize 2011 is worth £100,000 – and there can only be one winner!
The Roman Baths is one of only ten museums (there are more than 2000 in Britain) that have made it through to the final rounds of the Prize.  The Chairman of the Judges – Michael Portillo – made the announcement on the BBC arts and culture programme Front Row on the 2nd February.  According to the judges, the views of the public will be an important factor in deciding who wins the prize. If you've visited the Roman Baths recently and seen the transformational changes brought about through The Roman Baths Development, then please vote for us here on the The Art Fund Prize website http://artfundprize.org.uk/2011/vote/index.php and take part in the online poll.  Roman Baths Manager Stephen Clews said, "It’s really thrilling to progress to this stage in The Art Fund Prize. It gives great recognition to the work of the project team over the last five years and to the vision of the Council in deciding to back the project, but most of all it gives our visitors a chance to really let people know what they think of us!"  The winner of The Art Fund Prize will be announced in June.

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The Last Great Challenge Expedition

Nobody’s ever walked from the coast of Antarctica to the South Pole and back before, later this year adventurers Justin Miles and John Wilton-Davies are heading south to complete the mission on the Last Great Challenge expedition. Once completed, the 2,200km trek dragging near 200kg loads will also become the longest unsupported polar journey in history. The last person to get anywhere near close to completing this journey was Captain Robert Falcon Scott on the ill-fated Terra Nova expedition in 1912. Justin and John aim to complete the mission and bring one of the last polar ‘firsts’ to Britain just one year short of the centenary of his death. The expedition is about much more than just two guys walking across a cold continent; they are heavily involved with national programmes and initiatives in education, health promotion, schools fitness, and raising funds for charity. Justin and John have developed a national fitness initiative called the Great Heart Challenge which aims to address the inactivity problem. There are a few adult versions of the GHC, such as one being run as a gym based challenge through the national chain of Spirit Health Clubs, but the main drive of the Great Heart Challenge is through a national schools version which has been developed around an ‘adventure’ theme. The Last Great Challenge expedition is also heavily involved in the corporate world, from sponsorships to running team building events and motivational/after dinner talks. To find out more about the Last Great Challenge visit their website on www.lastgreatchallenge.com 

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