A walk taking in Bath City Farm, Whiteway Green, and residents’ gardens looking at how Whiteway’s gardens connect to the wider cityscape and how this corner of Bath is tackling food resilience, biodiversity and enhancing the mosaics of habitat.
Gardens have an increasingly important role to play in improving biodiversity, food growing, aiding our wellbeing and mitigating against the climate crisis.
Blooming Whiteway will be exploring both sides of the garden fence – investigating how gardening is changing and what benefits connectivity between gardens and the wider landscape means for biodiversity, health and food production.
We’ll be exploring the green heart of the estate – Whiteway Green, the glorious space at the edge of our estate – Bath City Farm and visiting a selection of the front gardens who participated in Gardens Alive – our Front Garden Festival.
The walk is around a mile, but does include some steep sections, steps and stiles around the Farm. Toilets and a cafe at the Farm.
The walk leaders are Claire and Jude from Blooming Whiteway.
Booking is essential, you can book your free ticket here.