Please see below for our future events.  Some of our regular weekly activities won’t be listed as a separate event, instead you can see details in the Activities section. This includes our weekly Feelgood walks in Twerton and other Wellbeing Walks.

 

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Bathscape Walking Festival

Celebrate Bath as a landscape city by taking a walk
10
25
Sep

Three Crescents (at least!)

This 5 mile / 8km linear walk perfectly encapsulates Bathscape – starting with beautiful rural views then blending into the…
10
Sep

North Stoke, Little Down, Prospect Stile

A 3mile/5km circular walk north west of Bath, to the aptly named Prospect Stile
10
Sep

South Stoke and Combe Hay Circular

An interesting 5mile/8km circular walk along footpaths and through fields, visiting South Stoke and Somersetshire Coal Canal
11
Sep

Bath's LGBTQ History Walk

A short walk exploring the places associated with the LGBTQ community
11
Sep

Wildlife and Wellbeing and Newton Park (Mon)

Join scientists from Bath Spa University as they take you on a 1.5 mile tour of the green spaces of…
12
Sep

Bath's West End

Andrew Swift looks at the past, present and future of a part of the city that has perhaps changed more…
12
Sep

Feelgood walk

Short weekly wellbeing walk in Twerton
13
Sep

Exploring Bath Skyline

An exploration of the layers of the history to be found on Bath’s southern skyline – 5 miles
14
Sep

Building Bath – How the Georgian city was built

Kirsten Elliott 2miles/3km city centre walk exploring how the Georgians built Bath
14
Sep

Wildlife and Wellbeing and Newton Park (Wed)

Join scientists from Bath Spa University as they take you on a 1.5 mile tour of the green spaces of…
14
Sep

Wellbeing Walks (Thursdays)

Our regular wellbeing walks with Bath Mind – short walks in a friendly group
15
Sep

Bushey Norwood and Bathampton Down with Andrew Swift

This 6 mile country walk takes us east of the city up to Claverton Down and Bushey Norwood
15
Sep

'The Great Man on the Hill’ – Ralph Allen’s Enduring Legacy to Bath and its Landscape

A linear 3mile/5km exploration of Ralph Allen’s enduring legacy to Bath and its landscape
16
Sep

Wildlife and Wellbeing and Newton Park (Fri)

Join scientists from Bath Spa University as they take you on a 1.5 mile tour of the green spaces of…
16
Sep

Beaux, Belles and Black Sheep - Georgette Heyer walk

Kirsten Elliott takes a short walk round Bath as it’s portrayed by Georgette Heyer
16
Sep

Emperor Haile Selassie in Bath

A fascinating insight into the Emperor’s exile after fleeing to Bath, following the Italian invasion of his country
17
Sep

Hidden Hamlets of the Woolley Valley

Join us for stunning countryside views on this beautiful 6 mile walk, which passes the site of the Civil War…
18
Sep

Radical Bath with Andrew Swift

A short city centre walk celebrating Bath’s honourable history of protest and rebellion
19
Sep

Feelgood walk

Short weekly wellbeing walk in Twerton
20
Sep

Seeing Bath differently: a bioregional perspective

A short city centre walk giving a bioregional perspective on our climate and nature emergencies
20
Sep

Bathing, Betting, Balls and Bed – A day in the life of a Georgian Visitor

Kirsten Elliott takes you on a walk which not only travels through a typical day in Georgian Bath but also…
21
Sep

Wellbeing Walks (Thursdays)

Our regular wellbeing walks with Bath Mind – short walks in a friendly group
22
Sep

Seeing Bath differently: a bioregional perspective

A short city centre walk giving a bioregional perspective on our climate and nature emergencies
22
Sep

Lyncombe Vale Country Walk with Andrew Swift

Follow the course of the Lyn Brook from Widcombe up through Lyncombe Vale to its source on Entry Hill
22
Sep

Trees of Royal Victoria Park

A quick tour of some of the most beautiful and interesting trees.  Pop by after work or school to look at them through fresh…
22
Sep

The Ups and Downs of Lansdown

Kirsten Elliott explores the grand architecture and little known corners of Bath’s northern slopes
23
Sep

Gardens Alive with Blooming Whiteway

A walk taking in Bath City Farm, Whiteway Green, and residents’ gardens
24
Sep

A dyke, a brook, a basin and a disused canal

A 9 mile / 14km walk in the countryside south of Bath
24
Sep

Seeing Bath differently: a bioregional perspective

A short city centre walk giving a bioregional perspective on our climate and nature emergencies
24
Sep

Englishcombe: Landscape and History

Taking in the notable features of Englishcombe village and its rural setting, with discussion of its remarkable history
24
Sep
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