Here are some walks we’ve done before.

Bat walks

Thanks to local bat groups, we ran three bat walks during the 2018 Festival. Visitors to Bath City Farm, Sydney…
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Wildlife of Carr’s Wood

Avon Wildlife Trust took us for a walk through Carr’s Wood, Twerton, a beautiful woodland on the edge of the…
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Beckford’s Lansdown

We were delighted to join Dr Amy Frost on retracing Beckford’s steps from Lansdown to his tower. Hearing stories of…
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Are you happy? The walkie-talkies

This ‘walkie-talkie’ encouraged ponderous ramblers to chat out an ancient problem on a route round the ancient Solsbury Hill. Walk…
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Mr B’s Walking Book Group

During the 2017 Walking Festival we strolled along a portion of the Bath Skyline walk with Mr B’s Sam Drew,…
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Workhouse Walk

From the exhibition about the Bath Union Workhouse at the Museum of Bath at Work to the former Workhouse itself…
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Bath City Farm ActivityTrail

We went to the Farm after school for a fun walk around the activity trail. You can discover a wealth of…
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“A most pleasing prospect”

Starting at Batheaston car park, the walk explored a tree-lined riverside path, passing old mills and the site of a…
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Blooming Whiteway

We were delighted to join forces with Blooming Whiteway and RSPB to celebrate Whiteway’s first ever Front Garden Festival with…
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Bath Interfaith Group

Bath Interfaith Group launched the 2017 walking festival with a walk from the University of Bath to Sydney Gardens, via…
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Little Solsbury Hill and Chilcombe Bottom

Climb to the summit of Little Solsbury Hill, for views over Bath and the Avon valley. Then through a “wild…
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Walking into words at Kelston Roundhill

During the 2017 walking festival, we were delighted to host a creative writing workshop, led by Sue Boyle, at Kelston…
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Two Tunnels to Tucking Mill

The Two Tunnels route is a great way to get straight from the city centre to the countryside and to…
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