Batheaston Church School is nestled within a beautiful village, with a wealth of community offers for everyone, of all ages. Please see information below to access links to a range of local community groups.
Grow Batheaston is a community group, soon to become a charity, which arose during the first Lockdown by a group of residents wanting to improve our village. We have 4 aims: Strengthen community, create food security, encourage biodiversity and promote sustainable living.
Penny’s Pantry runs on Wednesdays at Rhymes Pavilion, providing surplus food at affordable prices. Anyone can drop in without an appointment and get a warm welcome and cup of tea at the same time. Also, we encourage residents to use the pantry but to look out for family, friends and neighbours, especially those who are alone, incapacitated or housebound. Please see link for further details of this charity.
Scouts Batheaston – 23rd Bath (Avonvale) Scouts
Providing scouting for more than 100 young people. Visit the website for details about Beavers, Cubs and Scouts. Please click on links to make contact. We are also looking for volunteers to support Leaders and activities.
Batheaston Youth Club
Batheaston Youth Club provides a safe drop in facility for on average 20 young people, per session. Sessions for juniors (aged 9-13) are on Tuesdays 6.30-9pm and sessions for seniors (aged 13-19) are on Thursdays 6.30-9pm. Please click on link for more details.
Batheaston Village Hall
The new Batheaston Village Hall was completed in January 2022 and is a fantastic new build nestled in our beautiful village. The new hall provides a flexible space for events, private hiring and a range of classes to suit everyone. Please click on the link below to access further information and a calendar of events.
Batheaston Parish Council
Please click on the links below to access more information about Batheaston Parish Council such as news, events, meetings and agendas.
St John the Baptist Church
St John’s is our local Church for which we are affiliated as a Church school. If you would like further information about this beautiful Church and the many events that take place there, please click on the links below.
WERN – West of England Rural Network
An amazing organisation that provides advice and support services for independent living. Village agents work rural communities to strengthen opportunities and activities for older people. Please click on the link below to access further information and to meet our local agent, Katy Lunn.
Website: WERN – West of England Rural Network