Mondays  We meet at 10.45 at the Pavilion Café to leave at 11, Royal Victoria Park, easy walking, duration about 90 minutes. We walk around the beautiful Royal Victoria Park, along the river, or a little further afield. Meeting point – Pavilion Café, RVP.  You can find out more here.

Tuesdays  Timebank plus run our Tuesday Feelgood walks at 12.30.  Up to an hour, walking from the Timebank office on High Street, Twerton, around the local area, or a stroll along the river and through the woods, identifying nature as we go.  You can find out more here.

Wednesdays Short walks followed by a cuppa in central Bath. The walks are between 45 minutes and an hour and cover about 1 to 1.5 miles. They are mainly flat and on pavements. The meeting time is 10.30am, see below for the meeting point, as it’s different each week.

First Wednesday of the month           Argyle Street, where it meets Pulteney Bridge (BA2 4BA)
Second Wednesday of the month      Royal Victoria Park – Pavilion Café (BA1 2NR)
Third Wednesday of the month         Bus station – the end nearest the train station (BA1 1SS)
Fourth and fifth Wednesday               Royal Victoria Park – Pavilion Café (BA1 2NR)

You can find out more here.

Thursdays The walks are every week on a Thursday at 11 am starting at Monksdale Road Allotments (BA2 2JD), in partnership with Bath Mind.  We start from the car park, and the walk is about an hour, reasonably flat and often wheelchair/buggy accessible, in a small, friendly group. We go up the linear park to local green spaces or further afield, depending on the group. Assistance/guide dogs welcome.  You can find out more here.

Fridays  Longer walks – up to 3 or 4 miles, taking a bus to the start of the walk, meeting at Bath Bus Station and taking a bus to the start of the walk.  These weekly walks are social and taken at a leisurely pace. The routes vary but are around 3-4 miles in length and are fairly flat.  Contact if you’re interested in coming on the Friday walks and we’ll check the spaces.

We welcome new volunteer walk leaders for all the walks – more information about this rewarding role here.