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Carols by Torchlight

The Bear Flat Association presents Carols by Torchlight, accompanied by the B-Flat Barbers, on Friday 17th December at 6.30 near the main viewpoint. Everyone is welcome. Carol sheets are provided but do bring a torch. Refreshments will be available in … read more

Picnic in the Park 2021 has been cancelled.

We have a date set for next year’s Picnic – Sunday 3rd July 2022. Hopefully, we will all be vaccinated by then and will be able to mingle and picnic to our hearts’ content!

No Picnic in the Park this year

Sadly, we have decided to cancel Picnic in the Park 2021. With Covid restrictions not due to be fully lifted until June 21st at the earliest and our scheduled event less than two weeks later, it was too big a … read more

Action in the park

The Friends of Alexandra Park meet on the morning of the first Saturday of the month to pick up litter, tidy the wild flower beds and generally keep the park looking good. Why not come and join us? Meet near … read more

Events 2021

Because of Covid-19 restrictions, there is uncertainty about whether we will be able to hold Picnic in the Park in July. We will publish details as soon as a decision is made.

Picnic in the Park 2021?

There is obviously continuing doubt about whether we will be able to hold Picnic in the Park this year. Because of the ongoing pandemic, it is looking unlikely that large gatherings of people will be permitted, but we will take … read more

Winter park locking

The park continues to be locked to vehicles from dusk to 9am on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays.

AGM 2020

We were not able to hold an AGM in 2020 because of Covid-19, but here is the annual report for 2020 by Collin Carr, Chair of the Friends Committee: What a year! We are nearly 6 months into the Covid … read more

Park to be locked at night

The park is now closed to cars from 6.30pm to 9am following problems caused by people driving into the park at night, and suspected illegal activity.

New viewpoint

The redesigned viewpoint opened in time for visitors to enjoy a bird’s-eye view of Bath bathed in the summer sunshine.