Welcome to Bathwick Hill residents’ Association web site

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.

This web site is mostly unrestricted. We hope you will use it to keep up to date with local issues read our newsletters. There is a membership logon for some pages for polls and forums.

When you join if you give us an email address you will be sent login details to access the members pages.

The residents’ association’s main aim is to bring people on the Hill together for social events. we normally have about 4 a year, which include the annual AGM. We also campaign on local issues that affect us on behalf of the membership and each year we collect for a chosen local charity at our social events.

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, and help for the members.

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 to join and we welcome not only residents of Bathwick hill and Darlington Place, but also those on roads bordering Bathwick Hill.

If you are interested in joining, click here.