What's On, from 1st May

 

Every Thursday, 1-2pm. Zumba Gold, St. Philip and St. James' Church. A keep-fit class to Latin, Ballroom, and Rock 'n' Roll music. Safe and fun for ages 55 and upwards.. £5 a class, no experience needed. Get in touch! Jolanthe 07735 474831.

1st May, Wednesday , 9am-12 noon. Barney's Community Cafe. 9am-12noon. St Barnabas Church, Mount Road, Southdown. Yummy cakes and Free refills of hot drinks!

2nd May, Thursday 10am til 12. Men's Club, Beechen Cliff Methodist Church, Shakespeare Avenue, Bear Flat. Starting with a coffee followed by discussions/speakers on a wide range of interesting and topical subjects. Contact 01225-832393.

2nd May, Thursday, 2pm, Oldfield Park Friendly Club, Hillside Hall, Hillside Road, Bath. Trip to Minehead.

4th May, Saturday 10-1, Bath Repair Cafe, Southdown Methodist Church, Bring your broken items anytime between 10-1230 for our experienced repairers to take a look at. For more information see shareandrepair.org.uk or call 07486 518197. 

7th May, Tuesday, 10am-2pm. LIFE PROJECT PARENT CARER DROP-IN GROUP, Weston Hub, Penn Hill Road, Bath, BA1 4EH, Tuesdays during term-time. These drop-in sessions are a chance for carers to have respite and time away from their caring roles, to build friendships and become part of a strong, supportive network of people who understand the challenges of caring for those with learning needs and other disabilities. Refreshments are available and there is an opportunity to de-stress by joining in a Pilates class. There is also play space available for pre-schoolers. Please contact fiona@lifeprojectbath.org.uk for more information.  To find out about the Life Project please see www.lifeprojectbath.org.uk.

7th May, Tuesday 7-9pm (during school term). BATH ALL COMERS ORCHESTRA at PrePrep Hall, Monkton Combe Preparatory School, Combe Down. No audition, community orchestra open to all wishing to gain or expand experience in orchestral playing. May rehearsals: 7th, 14th & 21st. Visit www.bathallcomersorchestra.org.uk for more information.

8th May, Wednesday , 9am-12 noon. Barney's Community Cafe. 9am-12noon. St Barnabas Church, Mount Road, Southdown. Yummy cakes and Free refills of hot drinks.

9th May, Thursday 10am til 12. Men's Club, Beechen Cliff Methodist Church, Shakespeare Avenue, Bear Flat. Starting with a coffee followed by discussions/speakers on a wide range of interesting and topical subjects. Contact 01225-832393.

9th May, Thursday, 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm, Community tea party in Beechen Cliff Methodist Church Hall, Bruton Avenue, Bear Flat Bath. Beechen Cliff Methodist Church and the Bear Flat Association extend an invitation to the Community to enjoy Company, Conversation and Cake(with tea) in the Church Hall, Bruton Avenue at 3.30pm for £2 donated to Leprosy Mission.

9th May, Thursday, 2pm, Oldfield Park Friendly Club, Hillside Hall, Hillside Road, Bath. Weston Singers.

9th May, Thursday, 7.30pm. BATH RAILWAY SOCIETY, Church Hall, St.Mary's Church Hall, Bathwick, Bath. An illustrated talk by AN ILLUSTRATED TALK BY MICHAEL BUNN.." RAILWAY HISTORY OF PARIS ". All welcome. Visitor's £2.50p . Refreshments. Book stall. For more details visit our website at wwwbathrailwaysociety.co.uk

9th May, Thursday, 7/7.30pm. Weston Village Gardening Club's next meeting in All Saints Church, Weston. The subject is 'Mediterranean plants in nature and the garden' . The speaker, Robert Harvey, is a professional photographer so no doubt the talk will be splendidly illustrated. The talk will be preceded and followed by a plant swap. Surplus cuttings, herbaceous plants that have been divided and collected seeds can be exchanged or taken in return for a donation. Visitors are welcome. Refreshments available from 7.00