Following the UK Government announcement on Monday 23 March, all catering outlets except the shop (Fresh) on campus are now closed. To support all of our students and staff on campus, and to reduce the need to travel, we will be offering free takeaway meals from lime tree each day.
To ensure we can provide for our University community and more vulnerable members of our local community, Fresh purchases will be restricted to University of Bath students, essential staff working on campus and local residents aged over 70. You will require a University of Bath library card for entry.
Our Sports Training Village and all outdoor sporting facilities are also closed until further notice, however live exercise classes are now being streamed daily. The new fitness timetable is available here.
Online Library services are continuing, see their news pages for more information. Although the main Library building remains closed, there are now a small number of PCs available in the foyer of the Library for those students who may not have computer access otherwise. These are spaced well apart, in line with government advice. There will also be two multi-functional printers available in this area.
The Edge Arts has closed its cafe and gallery and cancelled or postponed all upcoming performances, family workshops and exhibition tours. Please visit The Edge Arts website for more information.
See more information on the mail and parcel services.
To adhere to the latest government legislation, outdoor seating areas on campus are currently closed.
First Bus campus bus services will continue to operate. From Sunday 29 March the U1 service will run approximately every 40 minutes.
The Dental Centre has been temporary closed, but is still operating a remote urgent care service, providing telephone triage for patients with urgent needs during usual working hours.