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Revitalising our landscape for people, communities and heritage

The vision: The Bathscape scheme will ensure Bath and its setting is better recognised, managed and experienced as a landscape city, with the surrounding hills and valleys blending with the World Heritage Site and actively enjoyed by all. A greater number and wider range of people will feel connected to their local landscape and inspired to explore the outstanding built and natural environments, improving health and wellbeing.

Bathscape Landscape Partnership is a Heritage Lottery Fund supported project aimed at reconnecting people with the natural landscape surrounding Bath.  There are 25 projects across four themes – summarised in the pdf document below.

Bathscape Summary June 2018 pdf

Frequently Asked Questions.pdf

Bathscape walkers 2018

Bathscape Receives 1.65 million National Lottery grant

We are delighted to announce the success of our application to the Heritage Lottery Fund. Thanks to players of the National Lottery the Bathscape scheme will run for 5 years working with local people to restore the natural heritage and improve access to the stunning landscape surrounding Bath.  Read the press release here.

Contract Opportunities

We are commissioning a variety of contracts over the winter.  When opportunities are available they will be advertised on  Please see the document ‘Summary of tenders’ for the current ones.

Bathscape Partnership

Bath & NE Somerset Council
Avon Wildlife Trust
Bath Preservation Trust
Bath Spa University
Cotswolds Conservation Board
Federation of Bath Residents Associations
National Trust
University of Bath
Visit Bath
Wessex Water
Wiltshire Council
Woodland Trust

To get involved or for further information on anything relating to Bathscape:

We are grateful to B&NES for hosting this webpage until a Bathscape website is up and running.

Last updated: 21 January 2019

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