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Family Fun Raceday

Family Fun Raceday

Looking for a family day out this September in Bath? Bath Racecourse has got a jam-packed family fun day planned for the final day of our two-day Festival with our Family Fun Raceday.

There’ll be seven exciting races for you to enjoy, all offering you the chance to experience the thrill of this classic British sport as you cheer on your horse across the finishing line.

Kids Go Free A fun family day out that not only sees kids get free entry, but also offers a whole host of free entertainment to keep them happy. With activities for teenagers as well as little ones, they’ll be plenty to make a great day out for the whole family. Details of our free entertainment and activities will be revealed soon but have previously included inflatables, face painting, crafts and pony rides.

Along with free tickets and entertainment for under 18s, you can continue to keep the day in your budget by bringing your own picnic into the designated family picnic zone, or treat the family to their pick of our huge variety of delicious food and drink across the course.

 

Welcome back to America: no passport required!

Welcome back to America: no passport required!

If it’s fresh air and space to spend socially distanced time with friends and family you are after, then the gardens the American Museum & Gardens, are just what you need. Opened in September 2018 by Alan Titchmarsh, the New American Garden is the first European commission for Washington DC-based landscape architects Oehme, van Sweden. … Read More…

Street markets to open and sell their full range of goods

Street markets to open and sell their full range of goods

Following the recent change to Government guidance, Wiltshire Council’s street markets will be open from Monday 1 June with stallholders now able to sell their full range of goods. When Government COVID-19 restrictions were introduced, market stalls were only able to sell food, but now they can sell all items again. Social distancing will be… Read More…

5 zero-waste crafts you and your kids will love

5 zero-waste crafts you and your kids will love

Here, Scott Hawthorne from the waste management company SkipsAndBins.com outlines five fun and kid-friendly craft projects that will help to reduce how much household waste you send to landfill! Many of us have been in lockdown with our children for a couple of months now, so it’s understandable if you feel like you’ve run out… Read More…

Reuse your recycling for creative ways to play

Reuse your recycling for creative ways to play

Tixylix – leading children’s dry and tickly cough brand offers some inspiration on creative ways to reuse everyday recyclable items to keep your little ones entertained at home! Host a scavenger hunt If you save up all of your recyclables for the weekly bin run, a great game to play is the recycling scavenger hunt.… Read More…

The Bishop’s Palace Re-Opens Gardens to the Public

The Bishop’s Palace Re-Opens Gardens to the Public

Following the updated government advice on 23rd May (“Coronavirus – guidance on accessing green spaces safely”), The Bishop’s Palace Gardens will open to the public for the first time in over two months at 12pm on Sunday 24th May. The first day, Sunday 24th May, will be reserved for Members only, in order to limit… Read More…

Lockdown providing relief for childhood inactivity epidemic suggests new poll

Lockdown providing relief for childhood inactivity epidemic suggests new poll

The lockdown may be providing some relief for the ‘global epidemic’ of childhood inactivity while also helping fight the Coronavirus, suggests a new poll into British families’ daily activities during the pandemic. Before the Coronavirus crisis set in, the World Health Organisation was warning that four in five 11- to 17-year-olds around the world are… Read More…

Make a Garden of Hope with Julian House

Make a Garden of Hope with Julian House

Julian House is a charity that supports and cares for vulnerable men, women and children. Some have been forced to sleep rough, while others have been forced to flee their homes as a result of domestic abuse. Life can be challenging for the people in their care, especially during this uncertain time. But you can… Read More…

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