Friends of Swainswick School

at Innox Lane, Bath, BA1 United Kingdom

The Friends of Swainswick is a friendly and informal group of parents, staff, governors and villagers who work in partnership with the school to organise a number of fundraising and social events throughout the academic year.


Friends of Swainswick School
Innox Lane
Bath BA1
United Kingdom
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Pub Swainswick in Upper Swainswick tomorrow night Friday 5th September from 6.30pm! Children welcome!!

Published on 2014-09-04 20:29:43 GMT

A wonderful afternoon yesterday in Alice Park rounded off the school year beautifully! Thank you to everyone for joining us. And after raising £71, we are on our way to replenishing the coffers after buying the climbing frame!

Published on 2014-07-22 00:58:59 GMT

Marquee dismantling has now been moved to Tuesday night for all you muscle-bound chaps. 7pm.

Published on 2014-06-22 19:02:41 GMT

What an amazing day yesterday was! Thank you so much to everyone for your marvellous contributions. One final favour to ask; if there are any dads who could help take the marquee down tomorrow night at 7pm that would be much appreciated.

Published on 2014-06-22 18:19:24 GMT

We have a Vacancy at Friends of Swainswick for a Chair Woman or Man...interested? Get in touch...

Published on 2014-06-09 13:50:32 GMT

We are getting ready for the summer fete on Saturday 21 June! If you want to help or have a brilliant idea for a stall or activity then please let us know.

Published on 2014-05-11 15:52:01 GMT

Friends of Swainswick!! Do we really only have 32 Friends? ...Ahhh well. News JUST IN: We have a NEW SECRETARY!!! Yes, it is with amazement and astonishment that we announce the new Secretary.....(drum roll please) ......is Rachel Frankham!! NO not Frank Ocean - But Rachel, yes, Rachel Frankham!!!! Thank you Rachel - we are most grateful!! See you all on March 4th at 8pm for our Friends Meeting - at the Rose & Crown, which by the way has re-opened!!

Published on 2014-01-30 13:52:28 GMT

HELLOOOOOOooooooo Friends of Swainswick! And Cafe Swainswick ....can you help? We are looking for any old large pieces of material that we can use to decorate Father Christmas's grotto at the school Christmas Fair next week...arrghhhhhh!!! Please let Hannah know if you can help us - we would be VERY grateful....mercy buckets xxxx

Published on 2013-11-27 11:44:55 GMT

The Twilight Walk was so beautiful in the Swainswick Valley tonight. A huge thank you to Barney for leading us in tree climbing, rope swinging, fire lighting, leaf printing, sheep herding & river paddling! Head torches for our return to Cafe Swainswick. Happy Days!

Published on 2015-03-21 21:12:06 GMT

The Swish was a fantastic success! Hope you all enjoyed the wonderful Swainswick atmosphere and got something new-to-you to wear!

Published on 2015-03-21 00:24:36 GMT

Twighlight Walk! With Barney at the helm. This Saturday 21st March. 5.30pm meet at Swainswick school. Bring torches or lanterns, wear stout shoes/boots (even if it's pouring we'll be walking!) There'll be apres cake and hot choc (+/- rum!) in the church. £4/ family

Published on 2015-03-18 22:00:04 GMT

It's the Friends meeting on Tues 10th March. 8pm Rose and Crown. Larkhall. Please come along. Sit and listen or share your ideas...whichever, we'd love to see you.

Published on 2015-03-08 20:30:03 GMT

Up coming events: ARABIAN NIGHT! The Valley Added Schools present…….. An entertaining evening out with a difference – come and “spice up” your weekend! On Friday, 6th March 2015 7.30pm – 10.30pm at St Stephen’s CofE Primary School, Richmond Place, Lansdown, Bath BA1 5PZ In aid of the Valley Added Business Partnerships, Enterprise & Learning Project Tickets £12.50 each to include a Lebanese Supper by Dancing Flavours and Dance Show by Sallama Fusion Dance Company Bar courtesy of St Stephen’s Primary PTA ~ Free Crèche ~ Cash Prize Lottery For tickets call 07914 920248, email merryl_elias@bathnes.gov.uk or complete the slip below and return to your child’s school. ………… Note: Vegetarian and Gluten Free automatically catered for. Please advise of any other dietary requirements

Published on 2015-02-26 15:23:39 GMT

Friends meeting tonight. Rose and Crown Larkhall. 8pm. Pull up a chair and join us! We're planning future events for the year.

Published on 2015-02-03 07:36:52 GMT

It's the last week of term! There's a special Crafty Cafe Swainswick on this Wednesday 17th. Mince pies, hot chocs, homemade things, cakes and goodies on sale. Please feel free to pop in to warm your cockles!⛄️

Published on 2014-12-16 01:16:39 GMT

It's cake week folks!! Homemade goodies to the office or bring them into the Fayre on Saturday morning. Recipe books at the ready. Let's make it a good 'un! Thank you in advance.

Published on 2014-12-02 07:19:55 GMT

Calling Swainswick folk, please have a rummage for us! A little pre-season clear out! (One mans clutter is another mans treasure....!) We're after: Bric-à-brac, pocket money toys, jam jars, teddies, cakes, homemade sweets & Fair Trade goods! All to the school office...thanks got your ongoing support. 🎄🎄🎄

Published on 2014-11-26 00:58:43 GMT

Christmas Fayre Sat Dec 6th. 11am-2pm. New Oriel Hall Tradition craft Fayre for all the family to enjoy. Come along and sample the gorgeous cakes and warming mulled wine! Father Christmas will be in his grotto too! £1 entry, children free. All proceeds to the school and it's a wonderful festive celebration! 🎅🎄🎅

Published on 2014-11-16 10:59:38 GMT

The Pumpkin Party/Disco was just fantastic last night. Beautifully decorated, a great tuck shop, worm bucket & biscuit string; the best pumpkin soup and mummified loo roll everywhere! The children had a wonderful time - thankyou so much to everyone who supported us and helped with 50-odd sugar fuelled kids!!

Published on 2014-10-25 09:23:39 GMT

The 'Top Pub Quiz' was a fantastic night. We made £184 for the school coffers and had a great night supporting the local pub and wider community. The winning boys wore their rosettes with style!