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Creative Wellbeing Session

Wednesday 12 June 2019, 12:00 16:00
CLORE Learning Space, Holburne Museum, Great Pulteney Street, Bath BA2 4DB

A creative networking session for anyone who has lived experience of ill-health. Free, but limited to 30 places.

In the session we will explore the relationship between creativity and wellbeing. A partnership between the Holburne Museum, LENS (Lived Experience Network), Arts & Health South West, and the Culture, Health and Wellbeing Alliance as part of Creativity and Wellbeing Week


This is a FREE event but is limited to 30 places, so please register for a place.

Register HERE.


Further information is at The Creativity and Wellbeing Week Website and The Holburne Museum website



Preparing for your visit

We've put together some information to help you prepare for your visit. You can view/download it here: Welcome Pack



By car: Limited parking is available at the Museum but it is a council car park and charges apply (£10.50 for 6-8 hours). Charges apply from 8am to 6pm daily. There are 2 disabled parking spaces but blue badge holders can park anywhere in the car park for free. Our gates are locked at 6pm. You will need to bring the correct change.

All day paid parking (10-15 min walk) is available at Bath Cricket Club .

Park and Ride: Bath can be accessed via 3 Park and Ride stops at Lansdown (North of Bath), Newbridge (West of Bath) and Odd Down (South of Bath). For further details see: https://visitbath.co.uk/travel-and-maps/bath-park-and-ride

By public transport (train/taxi/bus): The Holburne Museum is a 15-20 minute walk from Bath Spa station. There is a taxi rank directly outside the main station entrance, or you can catch the 265 bus (towards Boreham Field), U1 bus (towards the University of Bath), and 17 bus (towards the University of Bath).

Storage: There are a limited number of £1 returnable lockers for storing small bags and coats.


Food / refreshments: 

Hot drinks will be available throughout the day. 

Hot food is available to buy in the Museum café or you are welcome to use The Clore Learning Space to eat your own lunch. 

Alternatively walk into Bath city Centre (10 min walk) to buy food from cafes/ Waitrose:

  • Tesco Express on Bathwick Hill (turn left out the front gate of the museum and then take the second left up Bathwick Hill. Tesco Express can be found on the right hand side as you go up the hill)
  • Café au Lait on Pulteney Bridge (cross over the road outside the museum and continue up Great Pulteney Street; the café can be found after Bath Rugby shop on the right)
  • The Bridge Coffee Shop (cross over the road outside the museum and continue down Great Pulteney Street, the café can be found on the left after Pulteney Bridge Flowers on Pulteney Bridge)
  • Waitrose in the centre of Bath – 10-15 minute walk each way (cross over the road outside the museum and continue up Great Pulteney Street, cross over Pulteney Bridge. Stay on the right hand side of the road, follow the road past Mallory’s Jewellers and Waitrose can be found round the corner on the right hand side opposite Jigsaw in the old Post Office building)
  • Blue Quails Deli on Bridge Street – straight down Great Pulteney Street until it becomes Bridge Street. This deli-café is on the right-hand side, before Mallory’s Jewellers





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