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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!

    BLACKLIGHT by Charles Emerson

    BLACKLIGHT by Charles Emerson

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    BLACKLIGHT by Charles Emerson: an exhibition of photographic works

    Heritage Open Week

    Heritage Open Week

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

    Spooky Silhouettes

    Spooky Silhouettes

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    Create your own Halloween decorations at the Bath Holburne Museum.

    Halloween Fun at the American Museum in Bath

    Halloween Fun at the American Museum in Bath

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    Happy Halloween - Family Fun at the American Museum in Bath.

    Bath Halloween Walk

    Bath Halloween Walk

    31/10/2014

    The famous Bath Halloween Walk will take place on Friday 31st October 2014!

    Bath's Affordable Vintage Fair

    Bath's Affordable Vintage Fair

    01/11/2014

    35+ stalls of vintage fashion, accessories and collectables set up shop in Bath Guildhall!

    Screen Printing & Painting on Glass

    Screen Printing & Painting on Glass

    07/11/2014

    Learning the skills of traditional painting and screen printing onto glass.

     Walcot RFC Bonfire & Fireworks

    Walcot RFC Bonfire & Fireworks

    07/11/2014

    Walcot RFC Bonfire & Fireworks - The BIGGEST Bonfire in Bath!! With an extensive Fireworks display.

    Story Fridays Noir

    Story Fridays Noir

    07/11/2014

    Live stories and a classic film noir! A great November night out!

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  • Bath Rugby

    This month witnesses the most high-profile cross-code switch in rugby history with the arrival of Sam Burgess at Bath Rugby. 

    The 25-year-old England Rugby League international joins the historic Club of Bath having finished his South Sydney Rabbitohs career with an NRL Grand Final victory. His consistently excellent performances with the Rabbitohs helped the side to their first title in 43 years and Burgess became the first Englishman to win the prestigious man of the match Clive Churchill Medal.

    Following the culmination of the NRL season he was named International Rugby League Player of the Year, again becoming the first Englishman to win this award. Now he is preparing to play a part in Bath Rugby’s challenge for domestic and European honours. 

    “The thought of taking to the field with the talented players here at Bath really motivates me,” said Burgess. “I’m here to work hard and learn the game. I just want to get my head down so that I can be in the best possible position to be an asset to the Club. I see Bath as the perfect learning environment for me, and am really looking forward to getting to grips with rugby union.” 

    Head Coach Mike Ford commented: “We’re hugely excited about what Sam can bring to this team. It’s not going to be an overnight process, but he possesses all the attributes to thrive in union. Sam’s going to complement the outstanding players we already have here at Bath. The guys in possession of the starting places have played outstandingly so far this season, so it won’t be a case of Sam walking into the team straight away, and he knows that, but he’s a talented player and we’re looking forward to seeing what he can bring to our side.”

    Bath’s Owner and Executive Chairman, Bruce Craig, added: “Sam’s achievements and performances in the NRL over the past year have been no less than extraordinary. The leadership and physical qualities that he will bring with him to the Bath team and rugby union are unquestionable.”  


    30-10-2014 14:14:00
  • Bath and North East Somerset Council

    Bath & North East Somerset Council’s self-service bike rental scheme is proving to be a hit, exceeding usage targets across the city.

    The 24-hour nextbike hire scheme allows users to drop at multiple locations, including Bath Spa railway station, Bath Spa University, The Guildhall and other city centre locations, as well as the Royal United Hospital.

    The bikes are available 24 hours a day and users can register and hire bikes in just a couple of minutes. Since its launch in June, the service has been growing in membership and now has around 700 users a month.


    30-10-2014 14:10:25

    Bath & North East Somerset Council has thrown its full support behind a 5Km charity fun run in the city to raise funds for a young child struck down by meningitis.

    Through the Active Lifestyles and Health Improvement Team and the TRY Active programme, the Council has offered to help organise the Hope for Harmonie Fun Run.

    The idea was put forward by Katie Hedges, who came up with the fund-raising scheme to support the parents of Harmonie-Rose Allen who was diagnosed with meningitis two weeks ago.


    29-10-2014 11:35:15

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