What’s on in Bath this Autumn
Now that summer moves into autumn you might feel glum about the colder weather. Luckily for Bath’s residents, you live in a vibrant city that always has lots to do. What better way to shake off the autumn blues than taking in some of the best festivals and events that Bath has to offer? Don’t sulk the summer that’s gone, welcome in the beautiful autumn in Bath in style.
Bath has a lot of excellent things to do this autumn, and Thomas Firbank has put together some suggestions for residents and visitors alike.
What’s on in Bath this Autumn –
The Great Bath Feast – is you love food then mark Saturday the 1st of October in your diary. The Great Bath Feast is at Green Park Station, it’s free entry, and is packed with plenty of tasty food. Pizza fans will be in paradise – Bath Pizza Co is there for a pizza tasting and dough throwing from 11-am – 12-pm. Plenty of other food on show and some drinks to cap it all off, the Great Bath Feast is definitely one of the highlights of this Autumn.
Children’s Literature Festival – from the 23rd of September until the 8th of October, Bath is hosting the annual Children’s Literature Festival. With 120 featured events, you’ll be able to meet some of the bestselling authors of children’s literature. This is an excellent way to encourage your kids to read and promises to be fun for the whole family.
Prohibition Ball – ever wanted to go back in time to see what life was like back in 1920s America? For fans of Boardwalk Empire and similar TV shows, you’ll love the Prohibition Ball on the 7th of October. It’s tipped to be a unique night of jazz, music, dancing and some 1920s prohibition cocktails – just make sure Eliot Ness doesn’t catch you.
Bath Mozartfest – this annual festival is a celebration of the famous composer. It runs from the 10th to the 18th of November. The festival has been going since 1991, and it attracts the very top names in the classical music world to perform. But you’ll have to hurry – this festival is very popular, and tickets go very quickly.
Other Things to do in Bath –
Bath has a lot to offer. Not only is there always something to do, but it’s also all set within one of England’s most unique and beautiful cities. Bath is full of history and culture. Expert and armchair historians alike can experience its buildings and historic sites. You can immerse yourself in the Roman, Regency and Georgian periods. Furthermore, Bath has been designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site – the only city in the UK to be given this status.
Many visitors and locals take advantage of the River Avon’s many boating options, and a visit to Bath wouldn’t be complete without a trip on the Riverboat to Pulteney Weir. With sites like Cheddar Gorge, Stonehenge, Bath Abbey and the Roman Baths, you’ll struggle to fit everything in. The Bath Skyline walk offers a stunning view of the city at any time of the day or night.
Thomas Firbank – Why Bath is a City for all Seasons –
The Thomas Firbank team moves thousands of people in and out of Bath and the surrounding areas every year. We’re proud to call Bath our home, and it really is a city for all seasons. There is always something to do. Bath creates an atmosphere that makes people want to enjoy life, and that’s why many people relocate here.
A lot of our customers move from London for a better quality of life. Many ex-Londoners like the fact that Bath is a vibrant city that operates at a slower pace. For people who want something a bit calmer, Bath is surrounded by smaller villages like Batheaston and Larkhall. Both villages have decent amenities and are very close to Bath.
At Thomas Firbank, we like to build relationships with our customers to that they use our company in the future. Thomas Firbank is proud to call Bath and the surrounding areas our home. We’re happy to discuss any aspect of your relocate to Bath.
Contact us today to discuss our range of services and for more information about Bath.