A fresh brew

Blame it on ten hours in a flying metal tube with hundreds of other people, l don’t know, but ever since l have been back from Mexico l have been keeping company with a chest-crackling cough.

We had friends down yesterday and managed to take advantage of the rare patch of sunshine to go on a long walk through the city to Royal Victoria Park and the Botanic Gardens. Some lovely autumnal colour.

On the way back we called into Burdall’s Yard, on the London Road, where pupils from my husband’s school – along with other talented youngsters from schools around Bath – were holding a joint art exhibition.

Great work and a really wonderful exhibition space.

The old brewery has been converted into an excellent multi-purpose venue complete with cafe/bar, 150 standing capacity live room with stage and lots of gallery provision.

Secondary schools from across Bath are presenting a collaborative exhibition of GCSE and A level Art and Photography work.

With a selection of pieces from each school, the exhibition celebrates the imagination and creativity of young artists from the city. The work will be on show for two weeks. You are invited to come and enjoy the breadth of artistic talent on display. 

Beechen Cliff School

Hayesfield Girls’ School

Kingswood School

King Edward’s School

Monkton Combe School

Oldfield School

Prior Park College

Ralph Allen School

Royal High School

St Gregory’s School

St Mark’s School

Three Ways School

Young Bath Artists

  • Sunday, 12 November through to Saturday November 25th.
    Open: Tuesday to Saturday, 11am – 6pm (Closed Sunday & Monday)
  • Burdall’s Yard Anglo Terrace Bath, BA1 5NH