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    The Assembly are celebrating Cask Ale Week Beer & Food Festival

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    The Assembly are celebrating COctober is the month of The Great Bath Feast Festival which is why we have the above all conditioning nicely in our Cask Marque approved cellar. Except for the cheeses!

    One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest

    One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest

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    The ground-breaking play based on the novel immortalised by the film starring Jack Nicholson

    BLACKLIGHT by Charles Emerson

    BLACKLIGHT by Charles Emerson

    23/10/2014

    BLACKLIGHT by Charles Emerson: an exhibition of photographic works

    Suzanne Neville Designer Day 25th October 2014!

    Suzanne Neville Designer Day 25th October 2014!

    25/10/2014

    This is your chance to meet Suzanne Neville and see the entire 2014/15 bridal collection.

    Heritage Open Week

    Heritage Open Week

    25/10/2014

    Heritage Open Week gives you the chance to discover a range of fun activities across Bath during October half-term.

    10 Year Anniversary Celebrations for Not Just Pets

    10 Year Anniversary Celebrations for Not Just Pets

    25/10/2014

    Not Just Pets celebrates 10 Year anniversary with charity open day

    Jumble Sale

    Jumble Sale

    25/10/2014

    Charity Jumble Sale for Mercy in Action at the Ent Shed, Gordon Arms, 118 Castle Road

    Spooky Silhouettes

    Spooky Silhouettes

    27/10/2014

    Create your own Halloween decorations at the Bath Holburne Museum.

    Apple and Pumpkin Day

    Apple and Pumpkin Day

    28/10/2014

    Have lots of fun with apples and pumpkins at Bath City Farm!

    Spooky Stories at the American Musuem in Bath

    Spooky Stories at the American Musuem in Bath

    29/10/2014

    Family fun at the American Museum in Bath: Spooky stories!

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  • Bath Rugby

    Seven Bath Rugby players have been named in the England squad for the 2014 QBE Internationals, including a first senior call-up for winger Semesa Rokoduguni.

    David Wilson (37 caps), Rob Webber (8) and Dave Attwood (12) comprise Bath's forwards in the squad for the four-game series, with Kyle Eastmond (4), George Ford (2) and Jonathan Joseph (6) joining Rokoduguni amongst the backs. 

    The squad will meet up at Pennyhill Park on Sunday, October 26 to prepare for the opening game against New Zealand at Twickenham Stadium on November 8.

    England Head Coach Stuart Lancaster said: “The first six rounds of the Premiership and opening round of European action have given us plenty to think about as coaches with a lot of players putting their hand up for selection and we are excited by the options available to us.

    “We are still monitoring a number of players injury-wise and with another intensive round of European games to come, including the Wasps-Harlequins and Sale-Clermont games on Sunday, there are likely to be additions to the squad after the weekend as we move into the training camp and towards the games - so there is plenty to be decided before the New Zealand match comes around.

    "We have four quality sides coming to Twickenham for this QBE Internationals series and we are really looking forward to playing at home in front of our passionate supporters as we continue the build up to the World Cup in 12 months’ time.”

    Harlequins’ Robshaw has captained England in 27 of the last 30 Tests and Lancaster added: “Chris continues to lead from the front and with other players now stepping up into captaincy and senior roles at their clubs, we are building a team of leaders who can take England forward.

    “There are a number of players unavailable for this series because of long term injury (listed below) but they are all on the road to recovery and as always, it gives the opportunity for others to come in and stake their claim.

    “We have included Jonathan Joseph as an injury replacement for Manu. It is obviously disappointing to lose Manu but JJ has been in great form and deserves this chance. Our medics will continue to work closely Leicester’s and ensure that Manu is supported in his rehabilitation from his injury.”

    England Senior Squad (33)

    Loose-head props 
    Joe Marler (Harlequins) 
    Matt Mullan (Wasps)

    Tight-head props 
    Kieran Brookes (Newcastle Falcons) 
    David Wilson (Bath Rugby)

    Hookers 
    Dylan Hartley (Northampton Saints) 
    Rob Webber (Bath Rugby)

    Locks     
    Dave Attwood (Bath Rugby) 
    George Kruis (Saracens) 
    Joe Launchbury (Wasps) 
    Courtney Lawes (Northampton Saints)

    Back rows 
    Calum Clark (Northampton Saints) 
    James Haskell (Wasps) 
    Ben Morgan (Gloucester Rugby) 
    Chris Robshaw (Harlequins, captain) 
    Billy Vunipola (Saracens) 
    Tom Wood (Northampton Saints)

    Scrum halves 
    Danny Care (Harlequins) 
    Lee Dickson (Northampton Saints) 
    Ben Youngs (Leicester Tigers)


    Fly halves 
    Owen Farrell (Saracens) 
    George Ford (Bath Rugby) 
    Stephen Myler (Northampton Saints)

    Centres                
    Brad Barritt (Saracens) 
    Luther Burrell (Northampton Saints) 
    Kyle Eastmond (Bath Rugby) 
    Jonathan Joseph (Bath Rugby) 
    Billy Twelvetrees (Gloucester Rugby)

    Back threes 
    Mike Brown (Harlequins) 
    Alex Goode (Saracens) 
    Jonny May (Gloucester Rugby) 
    Jack Nowell (Exeter Chiefs) 
    Semesa Rokoduguni (Bath Rugby) 
    Marland Yarde (Harlequins)

    The following players will not be available for the 2014 QBE Internationals: Alex Corbisiero (shoulder), Dan Cole (neck), Tom Croft (knee), Tom Johnson (neck), Geoff Parling (concussion), Chris Pennell (groin), Ed Slater (knee), Mako Vunipola (knee), Tom Youngs (shoulder).

     


    22-10-2014 12:59:00
  • Bath and North East Somerset Council

    This week Bath & North East Somerset Council kicks off £225,000 of investment into play parks across the area

    Following consultation with local children and families earlier this year, work at Lymore Gardens in Bath to put in place a new multi-play unit began today and should be completed by the weekend.

    This is the first of 10 play areas across Bath and North East Somerset will see investment and improvement work before the end of this year; this follows earlier improvements to play areas last year. 


    21-10-2014 15:26:32

    Bath & North East Somerset Council has started work on a new road layout to improve safety and traffic flow on the A367 outside Bath.

    It will create a right turn lane at A367, Tunley Fork junction, just outside Bath. The new lane will be used by cars wanting to turn from the A367 onto the B3115 Tunley Road, on this busy route from Bath to Peasedown St John and Radstock.


    21-10-2014 15:32:41

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