This colourful, family-friendly exhibition includes rare books, original artwork and artefacts, and reveals how illustrators played such an enormous role in Ladybird’s extraordinary success. Tracing the interconnected work of these artists, the company’s story is recounted over Ladybird’s ‘golden years’ – 1940 to 1975. Visually rich and varied, the exhibition will evoke many memories of […]
Calling all bookworms! Be inspired by No. 1 Royal Crescent's collection of flower paintings by Thomas Robins the Younger and decorate your own bookmark with floral designs. Follow our free Fabulous Flower trail around the museum to see how the Georgians used nature in their decorations. Recommended for children aged 5 -11.
After months of planning, Toppings are so excited to announce their picture book reading group, Tiny Tales! The first reading group will be held on 6th of April, repeating every first Thursday of the month at 9:30am. Each month they will select a handful of brilliant new picture books which the booksellers will read to […]
Choose to spend quality time with your motherly role model or even invite the whole family along for the day as you savour traditional finger sandwiches, fresh homemade scones with jam and cream, and more.
Why not upgrade to a glass of sparkling wine or Champagne each, and toast to time well spent together.
Afternoon Tea, Champagne Afternoon Tea and G&T Afternoon Tea experience vouchers are also available.
Treat Mum to a delicious assortment of food and drinks at Bar + Block Steakhouse Bath this Mother's Day.
Show your appreciation with a 3-course Set Menu and a new 'Cherry On Top' cocktail for £35. Tuck into indulgent dishes including everything from a perfectly cooked Steak Sampler main to the Melting Chocolate Dome dessert.
Systemic Constellations or Family Constellations work, in part, is a practice of seeing things as they are, in a greater contextual story of intergenerational belonging. It opens our hearts and imaginations beyond how we have experienced the story of our life so far, from an individual perspective, and cultivates a collective and relationally orientated lens on intergenerational trauma, love, loss and longing.
In constellations work we use the terms “issue holder” as someone who is bringing an issue to be explored, and “representatives” as the people who attend a workshop to lend their bodies and energy to looking at, and potential resolving issues. It is solutions focused work, and these movements, occur both in the moments of a constellations workshop, as well as in our bodies and souls for a long time after.