Speed dating in the city bath


This year, as we celebrate 25 years of the National Trust looking after Prior Park, our guided tours will touch on restoration projects from the last 25 years. Guided walks are free, and run every Thursday during the season. Obstinate and self-absorbed, they are deaf to the rumblings of change which surrounds them, and unable to accept help when they need it. The Victorian walled garden has been restored and is fully productive, and a gang of Indian runner ducks roam free keeping the slugs at bay.Architect-designed ¾ acre hillside garden with stunning views. Lots to do for the children incl White Witch’s House and Woolley Sheep Trail.8-acre garden surrounding Regency house (not open) with beautiful views across open countryside. All camps are open to children aged between 5- 15 years and are delivered by experienced coaches. You are very welcome to bring photography equipment. Our park is home to all kinds of wildlife, from our beautiful deer herd through to our ancient trees.Join our experienced ranger guides on a free tour of the park as they share how we care for our historic landscape.

Once upon a time, not so very long ago, Bath had more pubs per square mile than any other city in the world.

Two mutual matches = an exchange of contact information. Speed dating will usually be finished by 10pm, but this may change depending on the number of dates, and whether the dating gets started on time.

After the dating, the formal part is over, your host will check you have enjoyed the night and will then leave you to enjoy wherever the rest of the evening takes you...

How it works is our friendly professional hosts will greet you and they will settle you in by briefly explaining the format of the Speed Dating evening. Stretch your legs and glimpse a different side to Bath, as you wander from city to countryside on this Bath Skyline guided walk. The Amadeus Orchestra, under the baton of Principal Conductor Philip Mackenzie, return to Wiltshire Music Centre for a much anticipated performance of three ground-breaking masterpieces: John Adam’s Short Ride in a Fast Machine, Stravinsky’s Rite of Spring and Berlioz’s Symphonie Fantastique.

Accordionists Karen Tweed and Karen Street, both acclaimed composers, arrangers, mercurial and sublime purveyors of artistry in their own fields of music – whether that is folk, jazz, classical, theatre or new composition – these musicians have met, discovered so much colour in each other’s creativity and now they are Gordie Mac Keeman - ace fiddle player (nicknamed ‘crazy legs’ for his frenetic loose-limbed step-dancing) just loves to perform. The Woodland Play Area is the setting for a morning of adventures, exploring and creativity. Learn about the history of Bath whilst taking in the beautiful views over the World Heritage City. Focusing on fun games, individual skill development and matches, the camps are suitable to all regardless of prior experience.

With regular dating tips and advice, all you have to do is get lost in conversation.

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