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Join us for Axis of Awesome - the World's Most Awesomest Comedy Band!
OPEN MIC NIGHT
22 September 2014
The Great Bath Feast
1 –31 October 2014
Top names from the culinary world are heading to the city, including Angela Hartnett and Luke Holder, Dr Annie Gray, Nathan Outlaw, Tom Kerridge and rising star Ruby Tandoh, as well as lots of home grown Bath talent, including Ping Coombes, newly crowned winner of Master Chef.
The Great Bath Feast Pavilion on Stall Street takes pride of place in the city centre from 4th to 12th October. Throughout the week there will be tea parties and tastings, cocktails and chef demonstrations, in an action packed cookery. Full programme of events go to greatbathfeast.co.uk
The Great Bath Bake Sale
Saturday 18 October
Green Street Party
Sun 5 & 26 October
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The Bath Magazine
Keeping our readers informed of what’s going on in the city each month, previewing events across a diverse cultural mix, from comedy and children’s events to art and high drama, and reporting on the city’s myriad festivals. Each month we cover topics including books, interiors, gardening, travel, health and beauty, fashion and style, food and drink and walks.
View the brochure for April to June 2014 Brochure view
Bath is one of the most beautiful cities in the world, making it the ideal city break destination. Bath is a UNESCO World Heritage City, featuring the famous Roman Baths & Pump Room and simply stunning Georgian period architecture.
What to see in Bath? Bath has so much to offer, including; Bath Abbey, the Jane Austen museum, the Royal Crescent, The Circus, art galleries, museums, walking tours, take a tour on an open-top bus, Bath Races and so much more.. Bath is recommended to be one of the best places for shopping in the UK. Whether you're looking for art and culture, sport or family outings for the half term holidays, you'll be spoilt for choice.
Macdonald Bath Spa Hotel, Bath
Bath is located in the South West of England, set in the rolling Somerset countryside. The city of Bath is only 1½ hours from London by train from Paddington Station (London) to Bath Spa Railway Station.
Looking for a Bed and Breakfast in Bath to round off a sporting or shopping trip? Or are you more the swanky hotel type? Whatever your budget and pampering demands, it's easy to find the perfect Bath accommodation. Hotels In Bath / Self Catering
Bath Tourist Information
The official Bath Tourist Information is located on the square adjacent to Bath Abbey. Show on our Map of Bath
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