The July/August 2019 issue of The Bath & Wiltshire Parent is out now – and what an amazing issue it is!
Marking the 11th anniversary of the Bath and West Wiltshire region’s favourite family magazine, this awesome issue includes a wonderful selection of news, features, reviews and places to visit that are just perfect for the summer holidays.
This issue includes –
News From The Schools
A wonderful round-up of the headlines from schools across the region
A visit to Off The Record, which aims to improve the emotional health and wellbeing of young people
Updates for parents and carers and babies and toddlers
A family visit to Nourish vegan and vegetarian restaurant in Bath
Enjoying a free family meal and a chat with new friends as part of the FoodCycle project
Liz Lowe investigates what’s on offer at her local library and finds far more than she expected
Ian Waller pays a visit to St Mark’s Secondary School in Bath
Hannah Millbank considers how to help your children become more engaged with the debate
As far as father’s days go, this one was unforgettable
Tania Orgill champions the benefits of going barefoot
Holidays aren’t always the restful or family-bonding experience Siobhan Mason expects them to be
An amazing choice of activities and venues for families to enjoy right across the South West
Days Out Hawk Experience
When 12 year old Dan become a hawk keeper for the day
Days Out Hop, Skip and Jump
A visit to Hop, Skip and Jump in Bristol
Days Out Drivetech Karting
A high speed Sunday morning around the straights and corners of Castle Combe
Days Out Bath City Farm
Krishnaa Shyam Sundar enjoys a day of fresh air, animals and great food
Days Out Doctor Who Escape Room
Time to save the universe – from a room in Bristol
Susy Douch avoids the school run and experiences a new fitness class
The July/August 2019 issue of The Bath & Wiltshire Parent is being distributed through every school in Bath, as well as many more throughout West Wiltshire, Saltford and Keynsham.
It is also available in libraries in Bath, Saltford, Keynsham, Melksham, Trowbridge, Chippenham and Calne, as well as sports centres and a host of family related venues.