On Sunday 11th August 2013 you can explore the city of Bath and help to raise money for a worthwhile cause by joining in with the Bath Cats and Dogs Home family bike ride. The hope is to raise money to save more abandoned and abused pets on this 12 mile cycle ride that is a family friendly, fun and well organised event.
Add a dash of glamour to your Bath spa break with a trip to the Ladies day event at Bath Racecourse on the 31st August 2013. This evening of racing promises excitement, high fashion and a glimpse inside the horse racing world like no other. Get that ‘Edge of your seat’ excitement while enjoying the great atmosphere in style. Ladies Day is not to be missed if you are looking for a great way to spend time with friends and have a few laughs.
For a truly amazing experience why not attend the Special Olympics National Games in Bath this summer? Spend an enjoyable day helping to support charities, cheering on the athletes and watching one of the 12 sports this event has for spectators to see. From the 28th August to the 1st September the events will take place at the Sports Training Village at The University of Bath and there will be something for everyone to see.
On the weekend of the 6th and 7th July the Bath Motor Pageant takes place at Walcot Rugby Ground where vintage, classic and beautiful cars as well as motorbikes are on show for you to see. The event promises to be a fun filled weekend for all of the family with some extra special vehicles making the trip to Bath to be displayed in all of their glory.
This summer is set to be a fantastic time to visit the spa city of Bath. With a multitude of events, cultural and historical beauty, fantastic scenery and a long list of activities for visitors to enjoy you won’t want to miss out at any cost. If cycling and the great outdoors is your thing then why not come along and take part in 2013’s Bike Bath. Held on the 22nd and 23rd June the event is heralded as a ‘Cycling weekend to remember’. Multiple road rides of different lengths, off road cycling and a fantastic atmosphere await you at this year’s Bike Bath event.
Dyrham Park have organised a series of family fun days to help keep your children amused over the summer, go along and join in with the Tuesday Toddler Trails on various dates throughout June and July. Designed to help teach toddlers about shapes, numbers and colours using help from nature, the trails are ideal for little legs and fun for all ages.
For a fun family day why not head along to the Love Bath City Festival on the 23rd June 2013? This exciting festival is great for all ages and totally free to attend. There is plenty to do for the younger members of the family with bouncy castles, games and puppets shows, plus you can relax and enjoy the local musical talent, great atmosphere and there’s even free food and drink!
Pack up your picnic and get ready to enjoy a spot of alfresco dining at one of the most beautiful cities in Britain. The spa city of Bath boasts some magnificent places to enjoy the outdoors eat a meal with family and friends and possibly catch a few rays of the May sunshine. Choose from the many cafes, restaurants and pubs that take advantage of the weather and provide outside eating space for patrons or make your own, relax and enjoy the scenery.
Experience more than just the sights and sounds of the city with a trip to the Bath International Music Festival this year. Music can bring such a range of emotions and happiness to our lives; you will find the International Music Festival can entertain and inspire you and you will enjoy every moment of your stay in the spa city of Bath.
Art lovers and budding Picasso’s will love the architecture and delights of the spa town of Bath. Those with a keen artists eye will appreciate the beauty seen all around them and be inspired by the sights on every corner. An outdoor painting lesson is the ideal way to get your creative juices flowing and take home a lastly impression of this stunning town and all it holds.