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April 2021

Contents

Food and drink

Tastes of Asia

Places to visit

Benefits of cycling

Open for business

The Bath Festival preview

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Win two tickets to see Angela's show inside.....

Angela Barnes

Angela is a well known face on BBC Two’s Mock The Week, Live At The Apollo and Hypothetical on Dave. With the end of lockdown in sight, she is coming to Warleigh Lodge Farm as part of the Alfresco Theatre (6th - 9th May), performing in Mark Watson's Carpool Comedy Club on the 7th. We spoke to Angela about her career, her life in health and social care, plus her plans for a busy 2021.

Premium listings

 

Holburne Museum

See Venice through the eyes of Canaletto as the Holburne reopens on May 17th

The Holburne will present a set of paintings of Venice by Canaletto, which will leave their home at Woburn Abbey – one of the most important private art collections – for the first time in more than 70 years.

Homewood

Alfresco dining at Olio – Mediterranean influenced, unmistakably Somerset

Make Olio the place to be this spring, open every day from 12th April, 12 - 9pm. Serving lunch, afternoon tea, dinner & cocktails aplenty. Click below to find out more.

The Bath Festival Preview

Richard Osman joins the starry line-up for The Bath Festival in May

The author of bestseller The Thursday Murder Club – currently on course to sell 1m hardback copies – will be in conversation with comedian, actor and writer Miles Jupp at The Bath Forum at 7.30pm on Wednesday 19 May. Click below for more on this and the festival.

Health and wellbeing: Cycling

We speak to Alan Murchison about the benefits of cycling

Alan Murchison is a Michelin-starred chef with over 25 years experience working in starred restaurants, he is also a multiple World & European age group duathlon champion, national level master's cyclist & ex-international endurance runner. Who better to talk to us about performance and the health and wellbeing benefits of cycling.

Run the Bath Half Marathon for your local hospital

Join #TeamRUH and make a real difference to your local NHS. Apply for your FREE charity place and pledge to raise funds for the RUH. Click the link below for more...

Chris Cleghorn Interview

A star is reborn at The Olive Tree Restaurant

Chris has been Head Chef of The Olive Tree Restaurant at The Queensberry Hotel since February 2013 and has recently retained his Michelin Star. We spoke to Chris about his career, influences and appearing on this years Great British Menu

Bath Building Society

Student mortgages can be a sensible option

As the parent of two children of university age, I know only too well the cost of student accommodation in campus towns like Bath. The reality is that the student loans system is not sufficient to support our young people whilst they are at college. Click below to find out why CEO, Kevin Gray, feels a student mortgage is a sensible option.

Truespeed 

Poor broadband top cause of family arguments

A survey of 2,000 parents commissioned by Truespeed reveals three quarters have argued over broadband as they struggle to work from home and home school due to unreliable connectivity. Click below to read more.

Bath College

Bath College Virtual Open Day Wednesday 12th May 

Over the course of the Academic year 2020/21 Bath College have hosted 3 Virtual Open Day Events. To conclude the year, we have just over a month to our final Virtual Open Day on Wednesday 12th May from 4:00pm – 7:00pm. Join us to find out about the range of exciting courses that we offer, as one could be the right option for you!

Curo offer city or countryside living with brand new developments

Living in the city certainly has its benefits, but there’s also a charm to country life that you can’t find anywhere

else. Curo’s two latest developments has you covered. Click below to read more...

Innox Mills

Popular street market returns to Trowbridge

Innox Market, the monthly street market held at Innox Mills, Trowbridge, will return on Sunday 18 April, offering a mix of artisan products, street food, local produce and vintage clothing. Click the link below to find out what's in store and for future dates.

The Bird, Bath

Plate launches all new summer terrace on 12th April

Nestled just a short saunter from Bath’s main attractions, Plate encapsulates a taste of Bath with authentic British dishes celebrating fresh, seasonal produce. Click below to read more.