There is a post on the lampposts in the middle of Bathwick Hill that states the council intend to make the section of he road from no. 15 upwards a no parking at anytime zone on both sides of the road.
this link shows the extent of no parking –Bath_MBTRO_J11_Proposed_Variation No 17
You can find out more by talking to the council traffic management ( tel: 477000 and ask for traffic management) or look at
The reference is PEV 12697. I have confirmed this with our local councillor, Matt Cochrane and he was unaware it had happened. He says there should be a local consultation, but if you wish to object you must do it before 13th July.
I am consulting the committee but I believe we will object, I feel that this will not just impact the middle of the Hill but will increase pressure on the current permit parking areas.
please do not depend on us and make you own objections.
To support or object to this you can email -firstname.lastname@example.org
Sarah Trimmer ( chair )
Please click on link to read our newsletter
Bathwick Hill Newsletter June 2017
It is also posted on the newsletter tab
We look forward to seeing you at our open gardens on July 22nd, the details are in the newsletter and on the calendar
Please note our up coming events on your calendar :
We will be having our annual Open gardens on Saturday July 22nd from 2:00 to 5:00 pm at Combe Royal Crescent.
Also the Federation of Bath residents Association Summer event is on 26th July from 6:30 to 8:00pm based in the Garden of Casa Bianca on Bathwick Hill. We hope members will attend to support Felix who has kindly volunteered his garden for this event.
More details in the newsletter – coming soon!
Cleveland Pools is our chosen charity for 2017. We donated £84 to them as a result of our raffle at the AGM.
Their planning application has now been approved.
They will have a stall in Parade Gardens for World heritage Day on this coming Sunday April 23rd.
Future events include:
participation in Fringe Art Bath in for 3 weekends from May 26th
Boules in Queens sq. on June 11th
Heritage Open days from Sept 8th to 10th
More information can be found on the link on our home page.
The university keep us up to date with events that may affect us locally, two big events are coming up –
Wednesday 22 March, the University of Bath Students’ Union will be hosting this year’s BUCS Big Wednesday event in and around the Sports Training Village (STV).
It will be a highly competitive day with teams competing in 14 different sports, looking to help their university secure the title of BUCS Champions 2017. We will be welcoming visiting universities from across the country for some top level fixtures, if you would like to join us to spectate we would be delighted to welcome you
On Monday 3 and Tuesday 4 April the UCAS Higher Education Exhibition returns to Bath.
The Exhibition is run by UCAS to encourage aspiration towards Higher Education and is an important event for prospective students and the colleges and universities involved.
The event is expected to attract a total of 6,000 visitors to the STV. All visitors have been informed there is no parking on site at the University. Instead, a fleet of coaches and minibuses will provide staged arrivals through the day and University Security Services will employ extra staff to help manage the coaches during the event.
At our AGM the committee was re- elected. We are very fortunate to welcome Andrea Haywood, who will take over the post of Treasurer. Many thanks to Andrew Temple-Smith for all his hard work as treasurer over the last 10 years.
We have chosen to support Cleveland pools Trust, you can find out more about them on their web site, there is a link on our web site
Here’s our latest News letter, it can also be found on our newsletter page which you can access without a password.
As this is the first newsletter of the year we will also deliver a paper copy to everyone on Bathwick Hill.
We look forward to seeing you at the AGM on March 16th, details in Newsletter. We will have a raffle for charity so don’t forget to bring your spare change!
Also please note your annual subs are due, if you do not pay by standing order please can you pay cash. details in newsletter.
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BHRA newsletter Mar 17
We now have our calendar for 2017, please add these events to your calendar.
MARCH 16th 2017 : The AGM will be at St.Mary’s Church Hall on Thursday March 16th from 7:00 pm. Details will follow in our newsletter.
At the AGM we will be nominating a charity to support, so far we have 3 nominations :
Bath Young Carers, Genesis Trust and Cleveland Pools
If you wish to nominate a charity please email us.
JULY 22nd 2017 : Our open gardens will be based around Combe Royal Crescent on Saturday 22nd July from 2:00 to 5:00 pm
We have not planned any further events as our events are very poorly attended and we need to find out what the membership really want.
The university is having a practice emergency response exercise on campus. The exercise will take place at 11:30am on Friday, 25th November and you may hear the siren sounding for up to six minutes.
This Thursday – 7.30 to 9.00pm St Mary’s Church Hall – a drop-in event is exhibiting our progress so you can see how your support has already made a significant improvement to the local gem that is Smallcombe Cemetery.
Our Autumn Social Event is coming up on Nov. 15th at the Church Hall at 7:00 pm, there will be wine & refreshments and we are very pleased that Professor Bernie Morley , Deputy Vice-Chancellor & Provost of Bath University be giving us a talk about the 50 years of the university and its future plans.
We do need numbers for this event by 1st Nov. Please see newsletter for details and other news.