Bath Boules is returning this year from 14th – 16th June at Queen Square. If you’ve not attended before, this fun, family event is a two-day long festival that is free to attend and all proceeds from the event go to local charities.
Last year’s event raised £50,364 and it is hoped that this year’s will be just as successful.
For those of you wanting to play boules, there are a number of ticket options available for you, click here for details.
Don’t worry if you’re not a pro when it comes to Boules, the event is about so much more than that, there is also a street food market and bar open from 11 am on each day of the festival, plus a Pimms garden for the grown-ups and face painting and bouncy castles among other fun activities for the kids. The Wildest Friday Night Party, which is part of the celebrations, includes a BBQ for all the attendees and promises rugby star entertainment and dancing afterwards.
Fancy dress is also encouraged, should anyone want to get into the spirit.
As it is expected that this event will be busy, there will be a number of road closures in force for the duration of the event. More details of these are included on the website.
Find out more here.
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