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My WeekendNotes - 85
The Vendee, region below Brittany on the West coast of France, is a land of sun, wind, bright seas, low roofed house... [more]
The eagerly waited record emporium Revival Records Exchange opened last month and it is a wonderful addition to Bath... [more]
11/08/2018
Armagh Planetarium is a fantastic place to visit and has attractions for all groups and ages. With interactive displays,... [more]
The procession of Bath Carnival is a superb spectacle and well worth timing a trip to Bath for. Carnivals are very w... [more]
21/07/2018
St Patrick's sits atop a hill in the city of Armagh and it is a breathtaking building. Built in phases between 1840 ... [more]
You can find 'We the Curious' in Bristol, on the edge of Millennium Square at the heart of the harbour front. Part s... [more]
1. Its all about the music A weekend with vinyl is a weekend well spent, in my humble opinion. My ideal weekend a... [more]
Blooming Whiteway is a superb community-based phenomenon, and the result of the hard work and vision of two local wo... [more]
At one corner of the heart of Theatre Land in Bath is The Griffin. It is a beautiful, quirky mix of traditional pu... [more]
Resolution Records - The heart of Green Park Market Resolution Records is a wonderful record store in Bath's Gree... [more]
Sofar Sounds create intimate gigs in special and unusual locations, hosting superb live music performances. They allow m... [more]
09/03/2018
Newark Park is a stunning Tudor house, set in beautiful grounds and gardens. The building was originally a Hunting Lodge... [more]
Bath's 'Little Theatre' Cinema is wonderful. Housed in an Art Deco style building and tucked away behind Bath Therma... [more]
Bath Soul Club held their 11th night on Saturday, and it was fantastic! Several guest DJ's played a great mix of tra... [more]
21/04/2018
Part exhibition space, part museum, part public institution, this is a powerful and welcoming organisation. It is genu... [more]
09/02/2018 - 17/02/2018
Soothing, Stylish and Speedy- a wonderful combination. Society Cafe can be found at the corner of Kingsmead Square, w... [more]
Today marked the launch of a new art and sculpture trail, that will decorate Bath from June to October this year... [more]
01/06/2018 - 31/10/2018
The World Famous caves at Wookey Hole are a scenic 20 mile drive from Bath. Next to the beautiful Cathedral city of ... [more]
Fitzpatrick's is a retro and vintage collector's dream, wrapped up in a bar/ restaurant that serves hearty, traditional ... [more]
There are currently 98 (yes, NINETY-EIGHT!) lounges in the UK, and more and more are opening all of the time. Ev... [more]
The Zen Hussies graced Bath tonight with an incredible gig at The Bell, on Bath's Walcot Street. Wisely described b... [more]
31/01/2018
In the words of wise and owlish Jay at The Owlery, 'you could go to a restaurant, or spend the same money here a... [more]
St James Priory in Bristol hosted a wonderful choral performance on Friday evening, namely the Great Sea Choir's... [more]
15/12/2017
Ever since opening its doors in 1978, Moles in Bath has become an iconic live music venue. Hosting all manner of... [more]
14/12/2017
Crockadoodledo in Larkhall Bath is brilliant, and especially so at Christmas. It is a fun and friendly ceramics ... [more]
01/12/2017 - 24/12/2017
Mells is a beautiful and unspoiled Somerset village and is tucked in the countryside, just twelve miles from Bat... [more]
A free family winter wonderland waterfall walk- with or without kids Christmas is always an expensive time of yea... [more]
Time is often of the essence when it comes to sorting Christmas Shopping, so here is a quick and easy guide to f... [more]
The Holburne Museum can be found at the heart of Georgian Bath, at one end of Great Pulteney Street. This beautifu... [more]
The Aqua Glass shop in Bath's Abbey Churchyard is a sparkling cave of wonders, which is full of bespoke and beauti... [more]
Radstock Museum is brilliant and absolutely full of real, genuine local history. The dedicated team of staff and vol... [more]
Bath Aqua Glass is a Glass Blowing workshop, factory shop and teaching space. Founded by Annette Dolan, who I had th... [more]
In fourteen days time, Bath will be transformed by its wonderful Christmas Market. Now in its Seventeenth year, this fes... [more]
23/11/2017 - 10/12/2017
At the top of a steep hill (or foot of a slope, depending on your direction), lies the vibrant community of Bear Flat. T... [more]
Hearty, healthy and packed full of flavour, Mission Burrito make superb Mexican food, right in front of your eyes. They ... [more]
There is a powerful force for good in Bath, with wonderful staff and volunteers. Bath City Farm is the second larges... [more]
Greyfield Wood is beautiful in Autumn with its mixture of ancient and recently planted trees, all shedding golden leaves... [more]
Bristol Museum and Art Gallery is a wonderful place for people of all ages and interests. Housed in a beautiful Vict... [more]
On 14th October, I watched an incredible performance. It was a glitzy, stylish Art Deco explosion worthy of a Wes An... [more]
14/10/2017
Reading offers an escape. The opportunity to sit still in a chair, yet be transported to another world, flown by a write... [more]
Bath is a leafy and gentle city, but one street screams URBAN, and that is London Road. Adjacent to the equally charact... [more]
With 21 museums offering events and exhibitions, Bath's Museum Week offers wonderful opportunities. With everything from... [more]
21/10/2017 - 29/10/2017
This wonderful museum houses nearly 2,000 sets of objects, beautifully displayed over three floors in a Georgian tow... [more]
To enjoy the hazy, lazy glow of brunch, I always head to Bath's WILD Cafe. With its relaxing and gently friendly ambian... [more]
Bradford On Avon is a beautiful and independently-minded town just seven miles from Bath. It also boasts a wonderful wal... [more]
One of Bath's most iconic and lovely heritage sites is the Victorian canal that winds through the city. Built originally... [more]
Ploumanac'h is a small village in Northern Brittany, France. Two miles along the coast from Perros-Guirec, it has a stun... [more]
Glastonbury Town offers a fascinating and eclectic mix of spirituality, environmentalism, multiculturalism, history and ... [more]
This place of pilgrimage is easy to find even without a map. It is visible from a ten mile radius, rising high out of ... [more]
A stone's throw away from the busier Dorsetshire locations of Lyme Regis and Charmouth, there is a beautiful beach. Eype... [more]
Heaven's Gate offers a scenic woodland walk with a stunning viewpoint at the end, overlooking Lord Bath's Longleat E... [more]
For those interested in World War Two, Bath has a fascinating and harrowing history. Between 25-27th April 1942, the cit... [more]
Driving through the hazy fields of Wiltshire is the perfect way to escape the city (lovely though Bath is). A leisurely ... [more]
Victoria Art Gallery in Bath will be swarming with dragons until 8th October 2017. Winged and fanged creatures from all ... [more]
22/07/2017 - 07/10/2017
Chai Walla, time after time, are applauded as serving the best street food in Bath. After visiting them today, I wholehe... [more]
Bath Abbey courtyard positively shines in the rain and makes Bath's largest building even more impressive than usual (an... [more]
The Old Green Tree is a tremendous pub, and a truly delightful place to visit. From the beautiful flowers that adorn the... [more]
Bath is a city steeped in history, and much of it is preserved. The centre itself is a World Heritage Protected Site, an... [more]
At the top of the town, right around the corner from The Circus and tucked teasingly away is the pedestrianised Margaret... [more]
Green Park Station is full of surprises. Built beneath the massive glass roof of what was once a large Victorian train s... [more]
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