Come along for an enjoyable and relaxing wander around the park taking in the fascinating natural and historic heritage of this beautiful space: ancient trees, follies, passing trains and canal boats, and hear about fireworks, galas and social breakfasts that were part of the social life of one of the last remaining 18th Century Georgian Pleasure Gardens.

This walk is specially for people with memory loss and their carers.  It will be led by Sue Palmer (Community Ranger, Sydney Gardens) and Mary Caron-Courtney (Artist and maker, Holburne and No 1 Royal Crescent).

Maximum group size is 12, six people with memory loss with accompanying carers.

 

Start Date Tuesday 17th September 2019
Start Time 11:00
Duration Up to 1.5 hours
Distance 300 – 500 metres
Places Available 12
Meeting Point Sydney Gardens, Bath, behind the Holburne, BA2 4DB

Details

Start / Finish

Sydney Gardens, Bath
At the park entrance to Sydney Gardens, behind the Holburne Museum

Terrain

Accessible. Flat with slight inclines. Please ask us for further information if you need it.

Facilities

Accessible toilets in the park (20p) and in the Holburne Museum (free).
Café at the Holburne Museum if you want to start or end with a drink or snack.

Leader(s)

Sue Palmer & Mary Caron-Courtney

Meeting Point

Sydney Gardens, Bath, behind the Holburne, BA2 4DB