People living in Peasedown St John are being given another opportunity to find out more about dementia, thanks to a free information workshop.
Matt Finch has hired Twerton Park Stadium on the17th July, for 90 minutes, so that anyone who wants to come and sing in a big group, can come along and join team “SingingUnited”.
2.4 million adults in England alone struggle with reading, with over 4,000 adults estimated to need help to learn to read in Bath alone. On a practical level, not being able to read means that even carrying out everyday tasks can be very challenging, if not impossible. Being unable to read and write is also often associated with depression, isolation and even higher mortality.
The number of people using Peasedown St John Community Library has more than doubled in just one month!
The Bath Business Improvement District (Bath BID) will be celebrating the reopening of the city with Summer Sundays, a programme of entertainment, events and activities for all the family.
The rollout of the coronavirus vaccine across Bath and North East Somerset, Swindon and Wiltshire is set to reach new ground this week as the region’s first mobile vaccination clinic takes to the road.
Five lambs have been born this week at Bath City Farm – the latest additions to the much-loved family of animals at the Farm.
Peasedown Community Library, which has been open all throughout lockdown providing an essential click ‘n’ collect service, is extending its opening hours.
Last week, for the annual Red Nose Day celebrations, children at Shoscombe Church School and St Julian’s School, Wellow were invited to wear red to school.
Peasedown Community Trust is getting into the Easter spirit with a free chocolate egg giveaway!