Widcombe Art Trail
The annual Art Trail involves the whole community, and can be seen in numerous venues throughout the Widcombe area. Artists, designers and photographers display their own work alongside work by their clients.
International Rescue Group
International Rescue Group, a charity begun in 2010 and based in California. The American market had to be carefully considered when designing the website. IRG's mission is to support coastal communities and provide disaster response, by boat. Captain Ray’s unlimited passion has maintained the enthusiasm to generate a high number of volunteers and members. Successful fundraising events, significant donations and voluntary work have kept the group buoyant and members have a lot of fun in the process! Also very active on Facebook and other social media groups.
It’s a Dog’s Life
An extensive dog walking and petsitting service in Chippenham and other parts of Wiltshire. Providing the best care and attention for your best friend!
Ruth’s Garden is her personal diary of creating a home for urban wildlife. An outdoor space is transformed into a haven not just for her, but for birds, pollinators and all kinds of wildlife! Find inspiration for making your own garden. You will discover the process of building the garden from the start up to the present day. There are also photo galleries describing it’s evolution as well as an ongoing diary of wildlife friendly plants.
Seafoods Fish & Chips
A favourite among locals and visitors alike, Seafoods Fish and Chips is a successful restaurant in central Bath and takeaway in Combe Down. Because fish and chips is such a British tradition, they especially wanted their new brand and website to appeal to the large number of tourists visiting Bath.
Widcombe West comprises residents living in the West Widcombe area, loosely divided into two distinct groups with their own identity: ARCH (Action for Residents of Calton and Holloway) and the St. Mark’s Road Group. Most projects, activities and concerns and communications are a joint effort with the common underlying aim of making this area of Bath an attractive, enjoyable and sustainable place to live.