The final Festival of Nature event arrives in Bath’s Royal Victoria Park this Saturday, June 25 from 11am – 6pm, with a host of free, family-friendly walks, workshops and performance plus mouth-watering food and drink. Here’s a taste of what to expect from the day, or click here to see the full programme.
Workshops and arts tent
Hear nature poetry readings, get crafting with the Forest of Imagination, enjoy some science stand-up & learn about sharks with the Shark Trust! Click here for full details
Walks and tours
Explore Bath Organic Group’s beautiful fruit and vegetable garden, take your camera on a photography walk or find wildlife in the heart of the city. Click here to find out more
Award-winning cheeses, local ales and top-rated sausage rolls – check out some of the producers providing treats in the festival market.
Bring your little chicks and join Fine Chisel Theatre inside a giant nest for their family-friendly performance of Flit, Flap & Fly
Watch the spirit of the River Avon complete her journey from Bristol as Brave Bold Drama’s colourful procession arrives in Bath.
Create your own bat box to take home and learn all about these brilliant creatures with Bath & North East Somerset Council.
Evolution and ecology games
Take part in a woodlouse maze experiment, roll the dice of chance or walk an evolutionary timeline with the University of Bath.
Investing in community energy
Head to the Bath & West Community Energy tent to learn about investing in community renewable energy projects.
Connect with nature
Don’t forget to let us know about any action you take for nature during the Festival, whether that’s creating a bat box or going wildlife-spotting on a walk. Take a photo and share it with us to be in with a chance of winning our photo competition!