Outdoor Spaces

Alice Park and Cafe
Alice Park, Gloucester Road, Bath
BA1 7BL
Superb cafe and beautiful park, set on the edge of Bath, A46/London Road. All day breakfasts, amazing coffee, snacks and kids menu. Open every single day except Xmas Day.

Tennis, football and rugby clubs available all year round! 8 acres to enjoy, kids play area, free parking, 6 tennis courts, boules piste, quiet enjoyment pond too!

01225 465613
Bath City Farm
Kelston View, Whiteway, Bath
BA2 1NW
We’re a non-profit organisation providing education, training and therapeutic activities to disadvantaged people in the local community.

Situated on a beautiful 37-acre plot in Bath, we’re a popular visitor attraction for families and children with a play park, animals, walking trails, farm shop and cafe. Admission is free, donations welcome.

Bath Recreation Ground
Pulteney Mews, Bath
BA2 4DS
BathRec provides for a wide range of sporting and recreational activities including events.

Recreation for all in the heart of Bath

BathRec has been used by the people of Bath, the surrounding area and visitors alike for over a hundred years. A wide range of sport has been played on the grounds including croquet, tennis, football, cricket, lacrosse, volleyball and rugby – it has been the home of Bath Rugby since 1865.

In addition to sport BathRec has been the venue for numerous events including music and arts as well as the Bath Rotary Fireworks which celebrated their 40th year in 2015. BathRec is the base for the Bath Half Marathon, a major fund raising event in the heart of the city, and a number of other community events.

BathRec is available for hire for a range of sports and activities and the Trustees have prepared a Strategic Development Plan to further enhance the opportunities for all – if you or your organisation would like to explore the potential we would love to hear from you.

BathRec is owned and operated by the Bath Recreation Limited. The Charitable Company’s objects are:

The provision, with or without charge, of property in or near Bath (including but not limited to Bath Recreation Ground) for use as indoor and outdoor recreational facilities for the benefit of the public.

http://bathrec.co.uk
FireFOLK
Grand Parade, Bath
BA24DF
A Micro Folk Festival to celebrate heritage skills and give a gift to the city of Bath – a new balustrade for the Parade Gardens, Bandstand.

A celebration of the BathIRON balustrade, Parade Gardens.
Sunday 26th May 2019 – 6pm til late
Join us in Parade Gardens for a fresh line-up of talented local FOLK bands, to celebrate the installation of the BathIRON bandstand balustrade – a beautiful sculptural piece which was hand-forged by teams of blacksmiths from all over the UK during BathIRON Festival in June 2018.
We’ve handpicked some of the best local folk bands from Bath, Frome, the Mendips and Bristol – with something for absolutely everyone so bring the whole family! There’ll be a bar and food stalls, and we’ll also be celebrating the traditional heritage craft of the artist blacksmith with live forging demonstrations throughout the evening.
The FireFOLK line up will feature Sinnober, The Drystones, Nathanial Mann, The Striking Clock and The Railway Sleepers: with everything from atmospheric folk-swing harmonies, foot-stomping jazz funk to roof-raising, barn-storming gypsy punk – we promise it will be an absolute blast for the whole family. Don’t miss it!
For more information about the BathIRON balustrade project and the Bath-based charity The National Heritage Ironwork Group who made it happen, or to sponsor a piece of the balustrade and dedicate it to someone special – go to the FireFOLK link below
Tickets available through the Bath Festival Box Office as part of the Bath Festival Event code K9
£10/£7 under 16 or with a valid student card.
£30 for a group family ticket (2 adult + 2 child)

FireFOLK
07503 764712
Westonbirt Arboretum
Westonbirt, The National Arboretum, Tetbury
GL8 8QS

Westonbirt, The National Arboretum is a botanical collection like no other. Created by the wealthy Holford family, back in the heyday of Victorian plant hunting, today the arboretum is internationally renowned not only for the diversity and importance of its collection but also its breath-taking beauty.

0300 067 4890