News

We are running a FREE Marketing Workshop 6th May

We are running a FREE Marketing Workshop 6th May

Are you self-employed, freelance or running your own start-up business? More and more parents are choosing to start up their own businesses, take on franchises or become self-employed. This workshop is the perfect opportunity to learn how to acquire more customers and boost your sales through marketing. Workshop Topics: The definition of marketing ● What is market research? Marketing mix ● Promoti... »

Clay Pizza Oven Workshop – Bath City Farm

On Saturday 2nd May, 10am-4pm Bath City Farm are running a one day Clay Pizza Oven Building Workshop, led by a professional oven builder, who will teach you everything you need to know to build a clay pizza oven in your garden. Suitable for age 12+ Under 16s must be accompanied. Cost: £25/£12.50 concs. Booking essential, please call 01225 481269 to book a place. »

Bath City Farm – Plant Sale and Family fun

Greetings from Bath City Farm! Our first plant sale of the season is this Saturday 25th April 11am-2pm … there’ll be pizza essentials basil and tomato plants to buy, as well as a whole range of other perennials, herbs, vegetable seedlings, annuals, cut flower plants and soft fruit, plus crafts, chutneys and produce. Bouncy castle and café open. »

North Somerset Council looking for more foster carers

North Somerset Council looking for more foster carers

North Somerset council are looking to recruit foster carers for local children and young people. There are different fostering schemes to suit a variety of home circumstances, experience and skills. So don’t rule yourself out, just contact them to find out more. Fostering is providing a safe, caring home for children who are unable to live with their own families. Many have not had the best start ... »

Hop on over to Noahs Ark Zoo Farm this Easter ….

Hop on over to Noahs Ark Zoo Farm this Easter ….

Today accompanied by my mini man we ‘hopped’ (well we drove but hey it is Easter isn’t it!) on over to Noah’s Ark Zoo farm in North Somerset for an ‘egg’xciting Easter experience (sorry). For those of you that are yet to visit Noah’s Ark Zoo Farm here is what you are missing… Huge Play Areas – Zip lines, climbing walls, rope bridges, swings, sl... »

Noah’s Ark’s cracking Easter begins with an Easter Egg Trail with CCS Adoption Charity

Noah’s Ark’s cracking Easter begins with an Easter Egg Trail with CCS Adoption Charity

Noah’s Ark Zoo Farm will be hosting the charity CCS Adoption, a local adoption charity with a themed Easter Egg Hunt on Wednesday 1st April. The charity will be raising awareness of its call for more adopters for children in the South West area. CCS Adoption helps finds home for children who need them in Bristol, Bath, Gloucester, Swindon and Wiltshire, and has chosen Noah’s Ark Zoo Farm to run a ... »

Hunt Lions, Giant Ducks, Dragons, Sheep (and even Chocolate Eggs) in Bristol this Easter

Hunt Lions, Giant Ducks, Dragons, Sheep (and even Chocolate Eggs) in Bristol this Easter

Brunel’s ss Great Britain, best approached via ferry boat, is offering the chance to meet ‘Mr Brunel’ throughout the holidays. For fabulous views of the Harbourside and an adrenalin rush to boot, the brilliant ‘Go Aloft!’ is back after its winter break, giving visitors the chance to discover what it was like to be a Victorian sailor by climbing the rigging and edging out onto the main yard at over... »

Mums Diary review – Dance till Dawn – Bristol Hippodrome

Mums Diary review – Dance till Dawn – Bristol Hippodrome

Fantastic staging, glitzy costumes and an awesome big band accompany strictlys famous dancing duo. Collaborative choreography from Karen Bruce, Flavia Cacace and Vincent Simone allow the faultless fancy footwork of the cast of Dance till dawn to deliver this slapstick murder mystery in true 1940’s style. Set in the golden age of Hollywood Dance and narrated by the ‘witty’ private investigator Tomm... »

WHATEVER THE WEATHER  – the egg theatre

WHATEVER THE WEATHER – the egg theatre

WHATEVER THE WEATHER explores our ever-changing climate and the importance of friendship in an imaginative new show for family audiences at the egg theatre Pop on your shades, bring your brolly and be blown away by Whatever the Weather, M6 Theatre Company’s delightful new show for families aged 3 to 103, appearing at Bath’s egg theatre from Thursday 19th to Saturday 21st March. In a colourful weat... »

Spiders and Bananas …

Spiders and Bananas …

Comment from Mark Bushell, Head of Invertebrates at Bristol Zoological Society. Spiders get a lot of bad press, especially recently following the story of a “deadly” spider found in a bunch of bananas. Many people find spiders fascinating but for others they are simply terrifying and can seriously affect their lives. Our culture does nothing to dispel the myths, with spider television programmes o... »

Page 1 of 44123»
x
Sign up for our newsletter

Enter your email: