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Only Connect

    • Location:
    • Bath City Farm, Kelston View, Whiteway, Bath, BA2 1NW

    • Date:
    • 9 November 2019
    • Time:
    • 10:00 am til 1:00 pm
    • Price:
    • Free!

If you want to save the world, you have to walk the talk.

 

Join us on a 3-hour circular route from Bath City Farm. This walkie-talkie will cover all terrains and the loosely guided conversation will descend into valleys and climb to great heights. The subject: how to connect with each other; how to connect with our landscape… and how to avoid the problems that come about when we fail.

 

With our blood pumping and the changing environment stimulating our brains perhaps we will connect the dots in some new and meaningful way.  At the very least we will have made some new friends and walked along some stunning ancients by-ways.

 

We have a long history of tramping the footpaths in the Bathscape and attribute a large part of our creative success to the way a walk can tease out a knotty creative problem or stir up a pioneering environmental scheme.

 

This walk is part of Kilter’s 4-year Bathscape commission to help local people creatively connect with their beautiful world-heritage landscape throughout the year. Bathscape Landscape Partnership is a National Lottery Heritage Fund supported project.

 

All ages welcome but under 16s must be accompanied by an adult.

 

This workshop would normally cost £10+ but thanks to players of The National Lottery we are able to offer it for free!

 

Tickets

Booking essential. Book your free ticket!

 

Practical information

What to bring
This event is taking place outdoors so wear sensible shoes, and be prepared for the changeable November weather!

 

Getting here
The walk will start from Bath City Farm. Bath City Farm is easily accessible from Bath city centre. For travel and access information, see the Bath City Farm website. Where possible, we encourage travel on foot, by bike or by public transport.

 

Access
There is step-free access to the main buildings, toilets, and the cafe shelter at Bath City Farm, however the walk will covered varied terrain (hilly and uneven in places). Disabled parking spaces are available to Blue Badge holders, to the side of the main building. There is a disabled drop-off point in front of the main building. For further information, please contact Bath City Farm directly.

 

Refreshments
Feel free to bring a Thermos or some snacks.