Leaving drinks @ Parade then town
Dec 15 @ 15:00 – 18:00

I’m leaving Bath next week – would be good if you can come for drinks this Friday! Meet in parade and take it from there…

Open to suggestions on a pub in town… but I like THE BELL, so we’ll say that for now. The Bell @ 7.30ish!?

Alternatively i’ll probably be doing a bit of a pub crawl around Bath with my folks and brother on Sunday so come drink beer.

Clean Air for London Road First Meeting @ The Bell Inn
Dec 16 @ 12:30 – 14:00

Clean Air 4 London Road @CleanAir4LR have their first community meeting this Saturday 16th December, 12:30-14:00 at @thebellinnbath. All welcome.

Clean Air for London Road First Meeting @ The Bell Inn
Dec 16 @ 12:30 – 14:00

Clean Air 4 London Road @CleanAir4LR have their first community meeting this Saturday 16th December, 12:30-14:00 at @thebellinnbath. All welcome.

CleanAir4LondonRd @ The Bell Inn
Dec 16 @ 12:30 – 14:00

Saturday 16 December – Bell Inn, Walcot Street
12:30 – 2pm

Walcot / Abbey Wards community meeting on clean air, all welcome. Please come and support this vital issue.

Enchanted Christmas at Westonbirt Arboretum @ Marchant's
Dec 16 @ 14:00 – 20:00

Westonbirt, The National Arboretum, is based in Gloucestershire and located three miles from the traditional Cotswolds market town of Tetbury.

At the heart of the Enchanted Christmas event lies a wonderful illuminated trail which celebrates Westonbirt’s tree collection. A new lighting design is created each year, taking in around a mile of the arboretum’s paths – about a 45-minute walk, pushchair-friendly and accessible by wheelchair or mobility scooter.
The trail puts Westonbirt’s trees in a whole new light and in addition to these unique specimens, they’ll have plenty of wintry magic for you to enjoy and get involved in along the way.

Love Co2mbe Down Meet-up @ Ralph Allen CornerStone
Dec 18 @ 19:30 – 21:30

Forum to discuss local projects to enhance community resilience in the face of climate change. Green Open Homes and local food are on the agenda.

Christmas Book Club @ Caledonian Rd
Dec 18 @ 20:00 – 22:30

‘Green books’ book club will be on the third Wednesday of the month after Christmas. This month we are doing it on the Monday of the third week as it’s a busy week.

Come and get some ideas for Christmas reading, swap a book or just eat some cake and have a drink.

Protestival Evening Session: Homelessness and Mental Health @ St James Wine Vaults
Dec 20 @ 19:00 – 22:00

Come one and come all, to the last Evening Session of 2017.

At our Evening Session last month, we had a think about what issues are important to us as a group. Two themes that emerged were the two that this session will focus on: homelessness and mental health. We will be dedicating this evening to those who will not have an easy Christmas.

At any one night, over 4,000 people may be sleeping rough [1], and with this comes a number of other difficulties, both in terms of mental and physical wellbeing.

We will be hearing from several people who are working on projects to support the homeless (TBA), as well as playing host to some wonderful musicians as usual.

All money raised on the night through a £1 suggested donation on the door will be donated to a project that we will all decide on that evening. Options will be provided, but suggestions are more than welcome.

While this is a serious topic that needs attention, there is also a festive party – organized collaboratively by several Bath based groups – a few days after this. Do come! The event can be found here:

Hope to see you all there, keep an eye on the event for more updates!


The Big Happy Green Holiday Party @ The Bath Brew House
Dec 22 @ 19:30 – Dec 23 @ 00:00

We’re celebrating all things Green and all things BathNES with the generous support of The Bath Brew House.

2017 has been a year of difficult news often overshadowing all the amazing, inspiring, initiatives locally and globally.

But it isn’t all doom and gloom!

Come and be part of a new chapter for BathNES, with the first ever joint event with all the Green groups in and around Bath.

To celebrate our achievements so far and to welcome the promise of an extraordinary, Green, ethical, and Happier 2018 for Bath & NE Somerset.

This event is supported by (if you want your group listed then please let us know!)

Green Drinks Bath
Transition Bath
Ecojam Bath
Refill Bath
Rainforest Concern
Bath Festival of Nature
Vegmead Community Group
Wild Walcot Community Partnership
Greenpeace Bath
Avon wildlife Trust


Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?

The event is in a busy bar so we suggest children not be brought

How can I contact the organiser with any questions?

Email Vipul at: [email protected]

Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?

No, we’ll have your name on our list.

Can I update my registration information?

Yes, log back into eventbrite and select edit registration next to your ticket details.

Is my registration fee or ticket transferrable?

Yes of course, simply login to evntbrite and edit the registration details

Is it ok if the name on my ticket or registration doesn’t match the person who attends?

We’d prefer that you put the correct name but hey, we’re not going to turn you away!

New Year’s Eve Party – Widcombe Social Club @ Widcombe Social Club
Dec 31 2017 @ 20:00 – Jan 1 2018 @ 03:00

DJs from ‘Transmission Indie DJs’, ‘Frug!’, ‘Electric Dreams’ and ‘BATH SOUL CLUB’ bring you a New Year’s Eve Party stuffed to gills with great party tunes from the 60s, 70s, 80s & 90s.

Motown to Disco – Ska to New Wave – Electric 80s to Indie.

Come join us at Widcombe Social Club and see in 2018 in style, away from the hassle and hustle of the centre, with table seating and out of town bar prices.

Free glass of bubbly on arrival, and nibbles throught the night to keep the blood level in the alcohol stream in check. Come and dance away any chance of a hangover.

Tickets – £10 + Booking Fee

The Distruptor or the Disrupted @ Brlsi
Jan 9 @ 19:30 – 21:30

On a global and local scale, it’s widely recognised ‘disruption’ is taking place. Entire industries are being turned upside down by new, and often well-funded ventures with the ability to quickly scale and rapidly displace long established incumbents. What does this mean for business? And how can we spot the new ventures with the greatest disruptive potential?
Matt Connolly will explore the trends and insights, and share his thoughts on how these will shape the future of business.

Lecture: Is Seeing Believing? @ The Holburne Museum
Jan 11 @ 19:00 – 20:00

Join Michael Proulx, Reader in Psychology at the University of Bath, as he explores how illusions in art can be both scientifically interesting, and artistically useful, precisely because they are directly relevant to daily life. This lecture will reveal the psychology and neuroscience behind art and illusion.

Green Books @ Caledonian Rd
Jan 17 @ 19:30 – 22:30

The first Green Books of 2018. Have you read any ‘green’ or related issues books you would like to lend out or talk about? Or would you like ideas for books to read? Fiction also welcome!

We now have a small library that can be found on the Bath Green Drinks Facebook page. You are welcome to borrow any of these books by coming to a Green Drinks or Green Books event or by contacting Jo or Fiona on [email protected]

HOW to Look after your gears @ New Oriel Hall
Jan 20 @ 11:00 – 12:00

Our new ‘HOW TO’ Sessions (part of Bath Repair Cafe) are aimed at giving people the skills to maintain their bikes and help to keep them on the road longer. Book a place, limited spaces.

David Nutt: A Lifetime Fighting Non-Science in UK Drug Policy @ University of Bath
Jan 24 @ 16:15 – 18:15

***SOLD OUT***

David Nutt – Edmond J. Safra Professor of Neuropsychopharmacology and director of the Neuropsychopharmacology Unit in the Division of Brain Sciences.

David has spent a lifetime sharing his expertise on Neuropsychopharmacology serving on numerous national committees & boards (Safety of Medicines, NHS drugs, Ministry of Defence Science Advisory Board). His infamous and controversial dismissal from role as Chair of the Advisory Committee on the Misuse of Drugs (ACMD – 1998-2009) has shown the extent to which Science sometimes clashes with the “Non-Science” of policy makers.

Don’t miss this exciting talk as he shares his valuable experience Fighting Non-Science in UK Drug Policy!

This very special talk will be held in the 5W 2.3 Lecture Theatre and will be followed by a wine reception in the 5W Foyer to sustain many further interesting discussions.

Tickets are free but limited, get yours before they run out!

You can read more about Prof. Nutt and his numerous contributions to Science and National bodies here