Feb 012018

Rainbow-coloured band and two compass pointersCome on a guided walk and find out about some of the LGBT+ history of Bath.

The walk is a little over a mile in length through the centre of the city and lasts about one and a half hours. We will be looking at buildings and places associated with LGBT+ people over the last century. These represent a rich variety of different experiences and show some of the changes which have occurred during that period.

The walk ends back at the starting point, where participants can get tea or coffee in the nearby Pavilion Café. Wear warm clothing, as the group stops en route for explanations about the places we pass.

Walk led by Robert Howes of Gay West. Contact: 07758 810134.

2pm to 3:30pm, Sunday 25th February 2018

Meet by the War Memorial at the Royal Avenue entrance to Royal Victoria Park
Queens Parade, Bath, BA1 2NJ


Two five-storey Georgian houses in Bath stone, connected by a stone bridge over a road, on a sunny dayWilliam Beckford’s home in Lansdown Crescent, seen in June 2016


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