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Regency and early Victorian Bath is often portrayed as a paragon of refined gentility, yet for many contemporaries the city was synonymous with radicalism and rebellion. Not only were its streets home to rallies and riots; Bath was also the centre of the Chartist movement in the west, and one of Britain’s most militant MPs represented the city in parliament. This walk celebrates Bath’s honourable history of protest and rebellion.
Terrain: Mostly level on pavements and hard surfaces, so accessible for most wheelchair users. It covers about 1.5 miles.
Starting point: Pigeon Park (by Chapel Arts Centre), Lower Borough Walls BA1 1QR; what three words: decent.loft.cult
Booking essential, you can book your free place here – Book Radical Bath