SAVE THE DATES 16th March & 22nd July

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.

 

This week : Smallcombe cemetery exhibition & University emergency response exercise

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.

Autumn Event & newsletter

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.

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University events for October

Bath University has now got a community e-news letter, which you can subscribe to,  giving information about up and coming community universty events

To subscribe cut and paste this into your browser:

http://bath.us9.list-manage.com/subscribe?u=7a91e41034a9824cb66c64e6c&id=85b07d7ff8

The main event in October is the 50th Anniversary celebrations on 25th October.

The timetable for October is :

New Uni bus service

The university bus services have changed a bit, you can find the full timetables by looking on the First or Wessex  web sites.

The First U1 ( mostly purple buses ) , and Wessex U18 and U17( red and white buses)  go from the Abbey to the Uni up and down Bathwick Hill.

They also go to Oldfield Park and Sainsbury. The U17 goes via Twerton and Southdown.

The U2 goes to Oldfield park, but goes via Pultney Road so does not go into the centre of Bath.

First will be introducing these new buses with EURO 6 engines shortly, they’ll look like this.44e3ba23-f118-4827-9ba3-1c483766ca23

We understand they will all be double deckers, but hey should be much quieter and cleaner than he current buses.

Gerald Waters 46th memorial lecture at Bath University 12th September

Public lecture

11 Cabinet Secretaries 1916-2016 – The most powerful men in Britian with Sir Anthony Seldon

Arts lecture Theatre, University of Bath Monday 12 September 17:45 doors open 17:30

Click on Link to register and for more info : bath.ac.uk/…out/community/public-lectures

Should you have any queries, please contact The Events and Ceremonies Team on eventsandceremonies@bath.ac.uk

Open Gardens for Dorothy House Hospice Sunday July 17th 2:00-5:00 pm

Two gardens will be opened in aid of Dorothy House Hospice on Sunday 17th from 2:00 to 5:00 pm.

‘Robins’, 34, North Road, the home of a very keen and experienced gardener, where there will be a plant sale.

‘Robins’ is opposite the entrance to KES and you can park in the area.

The second house is Little Calverton, Bathwick Hill, where Tea will be served. This is another beautiful garden. There is unrestricted parking close by.

Entrance is £6 and includes both gardens.

Bath City Conference July 1st

BATH CITY CONFERENCE – July 1

The Conference (now in its fifth year) gives local people and organisations an opportunity to engage with each other, share information, and discuss future plans. The Banqueting Room will be filled with stalls from local community groups, as well as showcasing the major developments and regeneration schemes planned for Bath. The programme also includes:

  • An update from the Recreation Ground Trust (12.15 -1pm)
  • A report on research by the Student Community Partnership Green Group (from 12 noon onwards)
  • Findings from the recent Bath Access and Mobility Consultation review (12.15-1.45pm)
  • The Clinical Commissioning Group – “Our vision for general practice: how can GP surgeries work in partnership to transform health care in your community?”(1 -2.30pm)
  • A session led by the Alzheimer’s Society on what it’s like to live with dementia in Bath (2- 3.15pm)
  • How the Council and community are working together to create a more environmentally sustainable district, including how Bath won the “Sustainable Food Cities” award and Widcombe’s approach to sustainability  (3-4pm)

 For the Rugby fans amongst you, former Bath Rugby Captain Stuart Hooper will be part of the Q&A panel in the evening following the afternoon’s activities.

The “Question and Answer” session will start at 6pm. The public can put questions to a panel including the Council Leader, the Police Crime Commissioner, MP for Bath the Chief Executive of the Bath Preservation Trust and Stuart Hooper.

The session will be hosted by Somer Valley FM’s Dom Chambers and will also be webcast. Questions can be submitted by e-mailing them to –bathcityconference@bathnes.gov.uk, or via Twitter @yourbath2016.

 For more details, please see this link

http://www.bathcityconference.net/