Getting into hot water

Medical science has come a long way since Bath’s Georgian heyday. But it turns out there may have been something genuinely therapeutic in those famous spa waters after all. To find out exactly what, head for the  Bath Royal Literary & Science Institution on the 21st March at 7:30pm and join Dr. Roger Rolls for […]

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EU or non EU

Bath’s about to get a chance to hear an expert point of view on the future of the European Union from an expert. As the UK grapples with the complexity of this decades long inter-governmental venture, the Bath Royal Literary & Scientific Institution will be hosting a timely talk on its future o with Professor […]

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Extraordinary women.

Bath’s many bronze plaques – above imposing Georgian doorways – bear witness to the many distinguished people who have visited – or lived – in this city. However, few of them commemorate celebrated women with local connections and maybe – historically – that’s  they didn’t have the educational and social advantages of their male counterparts. […]

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Hands on science.

An exciting list of events has been announced by The Bath Royal Literary and Scientific Institution with the launch of its new Youth Activities programme – under the stewardship of its new Community Learning and Engagement officer Alice Millard. The Programme will provide a number of educational and hands on workshops for young people and […]

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