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  • EASTER CRAFTS COMPETITION: How To Make Bunny Ears

    Win a Bath Festivals bronze membership and get priority booking for the Bath Children’s Literature Festival. Do you love BOTH crafts and reading? Now is your chance to shine with our Easter crafts competition! To enter, create your own bunny ears using this handy guide and share a picture of them on Instagram or Twitter […]

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  • KIDS BOOKS SPECIAL: Shelf Isolation #4

    While the Bath Festivals team is self-distancing this spring, we’re keen to share with you (and each other) the books on our shelves that inspire us during these uncertain times. With the arrival of the Easter holidays, Hazel Plowman has put together a list of her (and her kids’) favourite books for young readers. View […]

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  • Thank You For The Music #3

    As the Bath Festivals team is working from home this spring, we’re keen to share with you (and each other) the tracks that inspire us during these uncertain times. Introducing #ThankYouForTheMusic, a regular feature that is our way of sharing the songs we love and also thanking the incredible musicians who gifted them to the […]

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  • Shelf Isolation #3

    While the Bath Festivals team is self-distancing this spring, we’re keen to share with you (and each other) the books on our shelves that inspire us during these uncertain times. Keep an eye on our blog and social media for regular recommendations from the Bath Festivals team! Next to share her picks is Kate Abbey, […]

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  • Fictional Feasts: Memorable Meals in Children’s Literature

    Now that all our worlds have shrunk largely to home and our immediate neighbourhood, food and the comfort it brings, is more important than ever. We’ve had some fun going through our bookshelves picking out our favourite scenes featuring food. View this post on Instagram Happy Back to School! A post shared by Eric Carle […]

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  • Your Virtual Weekend: A Guide to Online Arts and Culture #2

    While almost every concert, book tour and theatre performance due to take place this weekend has been postponed or cancelled, musicians, authors and artists are coming together to share inspiring content from all corners of the globe. This is our weekly guide to just a few of the amazing gigs, concerts, shows, exhibitions and more […]

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  • Fun Things For Adults To Do While Staying at Home

    Now more than ever this is a time to look after ourselves, mentally as well as physically. Our shared challenge is to find inner strength and calm from being creative, active and interested. Here are 20 activities to help us do this at home while also having some fun along the way. 1. Instead of […]

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  • Thank You For The Music #2

    As the Bath Festivals team is working from home this spring, we’re keen to share with you (and each other) the tracks that inspire us during these uncertain times. Introducing #ThankYouForTheMusic, a regular feature that is our way of sharing the songs we love and also thanking the incredible musicians who gifted them to the […]

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  • Shelf Isolation #2

    While the Bath Festivals team is self-distancing this spring, we’re keen to share with you (and each other) the books on our shelves that inspire us during these uncertain times. Keep an eye on our blog and social media for regular recommendations from the Bath Festivals team! Next to share her picks is Elysia Collins, […]

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  • Fun Things For Kids to Do While Staying at Home

    With everyone staying at home, children are in need of more entertainment than ever! Therefore, we have compiled a list of activities, author & illustrator streams and useful links to other resources. 20 activities 1. Unleash your inner artist and draw each of your family members in a family portrait, not forgetting your lovely pets. […]

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