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Today to Sun 13 Oct within - 20 + miles

More details - The Courts Garden - Elements of Nature sculpture exhibition
Enjoy the elegant, flowing forms of a collection of works by Somerset-based sculptor Ian Marlow, set amid the glorious autumn colours of The Courts Garden. The sculptures, created in stainless steel are inspired by nature and natural forms.
The Courts Garden, Holt, near Bradford-on-Avon,
Today to Tue 17 Sep, Thu 19 Sep to Tue 24 Sep, Thu 26 Sep to Tue 1 Oct, Thu 3 Oct to Tue 8 Oct, Thu 10 Oct to Tue 15 Oct, Thu 17 Oct to Sun 20 Oct

More details - Nexus Methodist Church at Walcot
Heritage Open Day: As the oldest Methodist Church in Bath, the original ‘Walcot Chapel’, is a part of Bath’s historic heritage but also a place of worship for a congregation of 21st century people on Sundays and for other activities during the week.
Nelson Place East, London Street, Bath

More details - On the Horizon
‘On the Horizon’, the first summer exhibition at the Abbey Hotel’s ArtBar, opens on 10th July. This new collection celebrates 2019 graduate talent from Bath Spa University.
Art Bar, Abbey Hotel, North Parade, Bath
Today to Mon 30 Sep

More details - Abbey Quarter Market
The Abbey Quarter Market is back again on Sunday 15th September in Abbey Green, Bath. Browse our selection of unique, high quality artisan and independent stalls, plus visit the fabulous surrounding businesses. Lots of original and handmade gifts from photography to jewellery, natural beauty products, prints and cards.
Abbey Green, Bath

More details - Beckford's Tower
Heritage Open Day: Beckford’s Tower was designed by eccentric connoisseur and collector William Beckford as his museum and treasure house, its main interiors are as gorgeous as the objects they housed. A rare chance to visit both Beckford’s apartment and his tower.
Beckford’s Tower, Lansdown Hill, Bath

More details - 100 years of Lacock WI
Heritage Open Day: An exhibition celebrating 100 years of Lacock Women’s Institute which was founded in 1919 by Matilda Talbot, the then-resident of Lacock Abbey. On 9 September 1919, a meeting was held at Lacock Abbey and the decision was made to found a Women’s Institute for Lacock village.
The Manger Barn, High Street, Lacock, Chippenham
Today to Fri 20 Sep

More details - Bath Jewish Burial Ground
Heritage Open Day: Visit this beautiful and tranquil burial ground, the resting place of Bath’s Jewish community during the 19th and early 20th centuries. Learn about the history of Bath’s Jewish community 200 years ago and how we are conserving its heritage.
1 Greendown Place, Bradford Road, Combe Down, Bath

More details - West of England Festival of Textiles (WEFT)
Heritage Open Day: Visit WEFT to explore the fascinating stories behind the scenes of the once booming textile industry in Trowbridge 60’s design icon Mary Quant, Marks & Spencer, Gor-Ray - these were just some of the many discerning clients of the textile industry in Trowbridge.
Drawing Projects UK, Bridge House, 10 Stallard Street, Trowbridge
Today, Thu 19 Sep to Sun 22 Sep

More details - Sevington Victorian School
Heritage Open Day: Step back in time at Sevington Victorian School. This tiny village school is a real time capsule, brought to life just for Heritage weekend. Visit the perfectly preserved schoolroom and meet Miss Squire, the school teacher.
Sevington, Grittleton, Chippenham

More details - Open Days at Saltford Brass Mill - Historic Monument of our industrial and social heritage
Heritage Open Day: Ancient Monument and Listed (Grade II*) relic of the brass industry which thrived in the Avon Valley in the 18th & 19th Centuries. We show how the mill worked, how it came to survive into the 21st Century and its impact on local social history.
The Old Brass Mills, The Shallows, Saltford, Bristol
Today, Sat 21 Sep, Sun 22 Sep

More details - South Glos Food & Drink Festival - Autumn Event
After the success of our Spring Edition, the South Glos Food Drink Festival is back for seconds with an Autumn Edition this September. A whole weekend celebrating our two favourite things - food and drink! Summer may be over but we have an array of deliciousness to keep off those winter blues.
Bristol & Bath Science Park, Dirac Crescent, Emersons Green

More details - South Glos Food & Drink Festival
The South Glos Food and Drink Festival is a celebration of the two things we most love - food and drink! Not only does the Festival provide a world of food and drink for visitors to try, there will also be live entertainment for everyone to enjoy.
Bristol & Bath Science Park, Dirac Crescent, Emersons Green, Bristol

More details - Ram Hill Colliery
Heritage Open Day: Tour the remains of this significant 19th century coal mine. Visit the woodland area and the remains of the shaft, Dramway, engine house and horse gin. Ram Hill Colliery was linked underground to Rose Oak and Churchleaze pits, Coal was mined here for about 30 years until the 1860s.
1 Railway Cottages, Broad Lane, Coalpit Heath, Bristol

More details - Proms in the Park
On Sunday 15th September, the Devizes Town Band will be back in the Park for their annual Proms event from 3pm to 6pm. We are asking park goers to bring flags, horns and bells to make some noise whilst they enjoy a varied programme of light classical pieces. Red, white and blue fancy dress essential!
Hillworth Park, Queens Road, Devizes

More details - Parish church of St. Luke the Evangelist, Brislington.
Heritage Open Day: Come and see our 15th century grade 2* listed church set in the centre of the Brislington Conservation Area and see the recently redecorated interior and upgraded entrance area. Visit our tower and see the bells in action. The public may visit our church.
The Parish Church of St. Luke The Evangelist, Church Parade, Brislington, Bristol
Today to Sun 22 Sep

More details - CSF Wrestling Showdown: 21st Anniversary Event!
The over the top world of CSF Pro Wrestling returns to Frome, Somerset on Sunday 15th September with another evening of high flying, bone crunching, action packed family entertainment as the organisation celebrate 21 years of hosting live events!!
Cheese and Grain, Market Yard, Frome

Heritage Open Day: OPEN HOUSE & ACTIVITIES Enter a Victorian asylum chapel full of curious artefacts and photographs of Bristol’s psychiatric, learning disability and war hospitals. Explore the changing history of the fascinating building, from Victorian asylum chapel to Beaufort War Hospital during World War One.
Glenside Hospital Museum, Glenside Campus, Blackberry Hill, Bristol

More details - Maes Knoll Gardens - Open Garden for NGS
3 contrasting gardens nestle in this hidden valley just outside Bristol. On the slopes of Maes Knoll, an ancient hill fort, is Whitewood Lodge, offering stunning garden design, enticing walks through wildlife gardens and a pond. Many seats allow time to relax and take in the stunning views and varied flower beds.
Maes Knoll Gardens, Bristol

Heritage Open Day: OPEN HOUSE, TOUR & ART EXHIBITION Take a stroll around Bristol’s historic Victorian cemetery. Opened in 1839, Arnos Vale was the first cemetery in the South West. With over 300,000 burials and four listed buildings, the cemetery is home to a wealth of social history.
Bath Road, Brislington, Bristol

More details - St Luke's Church - Sunday Worship Service
Come to our informal friendly Anglican Worship on Sunday mornings at 11am, with live music and organ played for communion. Do stay after the service for a cuppa and a chat. Newcomers are always welcome! ++ Every 1st Sunday of the month there is an All age worship in the Crypt at 9.
St Luke’s Church, Church Street, off Queen Ann Road, Barton Hill, Bristol
Today, Sun 22 Sep, Sun 29 Sep, Sun 6 Oct, Sun 13 Oct, Sun 20 Oct, Sun 27 Oct

More details - Drop-In lunch
Sundays & Wednesdays - Come to our drop-in sessions from 11am to 1pm in the Crypt beneath the church. Need to chill out! Want to get away from everything! You can relax, chat, play pool or read a newspaper with a bacon sandwich and tea or coffee. Follow us on facebook at
St Luke’s Crypt (below the church- opposite end to the church entrance & halls), Avonvale Road, Barton Hill, Bristol
Today, Wed 18 Sep, Sun 22 Sep, Wed 25 Sep, Sun 29 Sep, Wed 2 Oct, Sun 6 Oct, Wed 9 Oct, Sun 13 Oct, Wed 16 Oct, Sun 20 Oct, Wed 23 Oct, Sun 27 Oct, Wed 30 Oct

More details - Winterbourne Parish Church
Heritage Open Day: The late twelfth century Grade 1 listed Parish Church of St Michael is still in use today. It sits in a rural Conservation Zone and has significant remains from the 14th century to the 20th. This year, special displays on bells.
Church Lane, Winterbourne

More details - WE CAN MAKE: TEST HOME
Heritage Open Day: OPEN HOUSE Discover the future of community-designed housing in an open afternoon at the We Can Make test home. The We Can Make initiative aims to support people to create the homes they want and need, and is a collaboration between Knowle West Media Centre, White Design and local residents.
Corner of Barnstaple Road, Bristol

Heritage Open Day: TALK & WORKSHOP Did you know? Photography was invented in 1803 in Bristol! Follow in the footsteps of Humphrey Davy and Thomas Wedgwood when they designed a way of making silhouettes of leaves using light.
St. Pauls Learning Centre, 94 Grosvenor Road, Bristol

More details - The Royal Gardens at Highgrove - Individual Garden Tours
Led by an expert guide in a group of no more than 26 guests, you will explore the incredible gardens at Highgrove, from the magnificence of the Thyme Walk to the serene, otherworldly setting of the Stumpery.
Doughton, Tetbury
Today to Sat 28 Sep

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