Completed meetings and events 2018-2019

Thu 15th November 2018 Malawi - solar power for water

Annie Allen will talk on using solar panels in Malawi to pump water from bore holes for irrigation.

Sun 11th November 2018 Hilly Half Marathon

A challenging run up and down the hills around Bath!

Thu 1st November 2018 - Sat 3rd November 2018 MAYOR OF BATH’S ART SHOW

Exhibition of works of local artists many of which are for sale. An impressive display of local talent. The show is on display at the Guildhall in Bath

Thu 25th October 2018 Frankenstein Walk

In time for Halloween, starting at Sally Lunn’s at 6.30pm and finishing at the Abbey at 8.00pm. We will eat at the Hilton afterwards . Mary Shelley wrote Frankenstein in Bath during the Winter of 1816/17 and it was published in 1818. £10.00pp. Great fun

Thu 18th October 2018 Peter Brown - Street Artist

Peter Brown is a Bath based artist, an all-weather painter of street scenes and landscapes. Known as ‘Pete the Street' he works directly from his subject. Insights into how he works, all welcome. Note venu - St Luke's Church, Wellsway, Bath.Tickets £10.00

Fri 12th October 2018 - Sun 14th October 2018 Club Tri 'Twinning' weekend

and TOURS RONSARD. An opportunity to meet members from our Tri clubs in France and Germany, and explore how we can work on international projects in the future. Events throughout the weekend.

Thu 11th October 2018 No meeting

Due to the Tri Weekend .see Events listing for more details or contact Stuart Andrews for more information

Thu 27th September 2018 Wera Hobhouse - our local MP

A great opportunity to come, meet our MP and hear about how she is representing us in Parliament. a great opportunity to ask her questions

Tue 11th September 2018 Mint Room Quiz

Another quiz evening at the Mint Room, Bath. Test your general knowledge skills, eat a fantastic Indian dinner, and raise funds for charity. Tickets £25.00. Partners and friends welcome, and if you can bring along a team of 8 that would be great.

Thu 30th August 2018 Research and conservation of the WWT - JULIA NEWTH,

Julia is the Principal Ecosystem Health Officer of the Wildfowl & Wetland Trust and is a well known international speaker. A great opportunity to learn about their conservation work and the Bewick Swan project which Julia is leading

Thu 19th July 2018 No meeting

Instead please sign up for the visit to the RNLI college in Poole on 18 July.

Wed 18th July 2018 VISIT to RNLI College at POOLE

Discovery Tour at £12.50 each. Fuller details later.

Sun 1st July 2018 - Mon 16th July 2018 Bike Bath - Another successful day.

Thanks to all our cyclists who took part, raising over £1500
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