A well-used community green space in the Combe Down area of Bath
Firs Field is a much loved community space, with a strong sense of its history. The triangular field is self-contained, edged by trees and seating areas.
In the middle of the space is a war memorial honouring fallen residents of Combe Down, and a number of plaques explain the history of the field: once a stone quarry, the area now has village green status. Paving to the park's entrance is inscribed with a poem remembering the story of the area's past.
The park is held in trust but is managed by Bath and North East Somerset Council. For more information on the trust please visit: www.fieldsintrust.org
This venue is ideal for small-scale community events and entertainments, or sporting occasions.
|Time of year||Standard rate (per day)||Charity rate (per day)|
|April to September||£520||£260|
|October to March||£520||£260|
Facilities on site
- Wheelchair access
This location can support the following sized events:
- Small events
Firs Field is a perfect location for the following activities:
- Community events
- Leisure activities
View site access details
Via The Firs.
Via The Firs
Fully accessible via The Firs
No-on site parking, but there is ample parking on surrounding roads
Public transport, cycling or walking is recommended
Good public transport links from Bath Bus Station to Combe Down School