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Welcome to Bathwick Hill residents’ Association web site

Where is Bathwick Hill?

Bathwick Hill in Bath, Somerset, England is a street lined with historic houses many of which are designated listed buildings. It climbs south east from the A36 towards the University of Bath on Claverton down. It borders on the Nation Trust’s Bathwick Meadows which are part of the Bath Skyline walk, and overlooks the centre of Bath.

What does the Residents Association do

We aim to have social events to get residents together around 4 times a year, often with local activities and talks.  We also liaise with our councillors to address local issues and concern that affect Bathwick Hill residents and the environs.

We regularly attend local forums & meetings with Bath University, the National Trust, and keep up to date with developments in Sydney gardens,  Cleveland Pools and with the Canal Trust.

We have a newsletter which we publish 3 times a year, to keep the membership informed. This is done by a committee made up of volunteers. If you are interested in joining or local events, please join us, there is more information about us, including posts of interest, useful links and our calendar on this web site

Membership

We are always looking for new members and members who would like to help with the running of the association. It costs £5 p.a per household to join and we welcome not only residents of Bathwick hill and Darlington Place, but also those on roads bordering Bathwick Hill.

To find out more about joining, click here.

This is a web site to keep members up to date it has unrestricted access, no password is needed.