History Society 2015 Programme

Talks & Events Programme to December 2015 Thursday 19 March 2019 7.30 – Widcombe Baptist Church Main Hall Guest Speaker Michael Chapman ‘Prior Park Hunting Park from Norman Times to Ralph Allen’. Wednesday 15 April 7.30 – Widcombe Baptist Church Main Hall Guest speaker Tony Coverdale ‘The Restoration of Saltford Brass Mill -a Grade II* Listed Building…

Bath Songwriters meet at the Ram

Bath Songwriters meet at the Ram After the 2011 “Song for Bath” competition, several of the contestants got together and formed the Bath Songwriters Group They meet around the middle of each month at The Ram, Widcombe, to share songs and discuss songwriting over a drink. The group offers an opportunity for any songwriter of…

Talking Points – January 2015

AGM – We are planning to hold our AGM in the Baptist Church on April 23rd when we will be inviting candidates for election as Widcombe councillors to take part in a brief hustings. Improving Widcombe – A well-attended meeting on ‘Improving Widcombe’ was held on December 16th when many ideas were put forward. This…

Mummers – New Year’s Day 2015

Happy New Mummers! Mummers’ supremo Ian Gilchrist made the brave decision to defy the impending black clouds over Widcombe on New Year’s Day, but had some misgivings as the merry band of Wobblers and performers set off for Widcombe Manor – the most spectacular performance venue on the mummers’ itinerary, its setting lending an extra…

Talking Points – December 2014

Improving Widcombe – We are holding a meeting on December 16th (7.30 in Widcombe Baptist Church hall) to discuss ideas for improving Widcombe and setting up an ‘Improving Widcombe’ committee. Full details have been sent to all WA members. Do come along and help us create an Association that can do even more for Widcombe and…

Improving Widcombe Meeting

45 people, including WA members, committee members and other interested parties attended this meeting, which had arisen from proposals to restructure the way the WA is organised to ensure that the Association can meet its aims of making Widcombe vibrant, prosperous, community-minded and cohesive. It is intended to set up new sub-committees under the main…

National Trust Volunteering

Become an events volunteer with the National Trust on the Bath Skyline! It’s a new and exciting role, which will see you helping to shape the activities and events offered to our visitors. You may be helping to build dens, doing some wild art, or getting stuck into a fairy or pirate inspired event (dressing up…