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All activities are absolutely free and there is no need to book, just drop in. "Winning the Peace - how to rebuild communities after violent conflict" by Professor Simon Keyes.

These monthly events run from 10.30am and are suitable for children aged 3 - 7. Talks are held on the fourth Tuesday of the month at the Limpley Stoke Hotel beginning at 10.30 am, preceded by refreshments starting at 10.00 am.

We'll also have regular free taster sessions run by local practitioners of various activities including yoga, Pilates, tai chi, crafts and mindfulness.

Look out for posters in the library or check out our website: ( for more information Every Thursday evening (8-10pm) at Bath University Sports Village until the end of May.


Classes are held all day on Thursdays in the Wallington Hall (formerly Masonic Hall) on Church Street Bradford on Avon.

Alison Reynolds will be our leader for this walk of between 6 and 7 miles, also North and West of Bradford on Avon but on a very different route to Sunday's walk.

It will take in Little Ashley, Hartley Farm, Winsley and Avoncliff. Contact details: Megan Jones 01225 862670, email [email protected]

Please bring your own refreshments for a short stop en route. Website: will be a community celebration on Thursday 8th March in St Margaret's Hall from 6pm commemorating one hundred years of women's right to vote in the UK (as well as increased suffrage for young men). Bring your own picnic and dress in purple, green and white! There will be other events around the town though out the year.

Details can be found here: Piano, violin, cello with Trio Paradis. More details will be available shortly, so keep look out on social media and Town Council noticeboards Director Hsiao-Hsien Hou, 2015, Mandarin, 105min, 12A, s/t. China, a general's daughter is handed over to a nun who initiates her into the martial arts, transforming her into an exceptional assassin.

25 years later, with the help of Google Earth and a handful of memories, he sets out to find his lost family. BOA Film Society screening at 7.45 in St Margaret's Hall.


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