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What’s On at Bath Racecourse June & July 2021


Jockeys riding horses in a race. Toghill House Farm, Bath, somerset, Bath Racecourse.


Missed the thrill and excitement of the races? Thankfully Bath Racecourse is only 10 minutes away by car and promises fun and entertainment for all the family. To make sure everyone enjoys a safe visit that complies with COVID-19 guidelines, Bath Racecourse asks everyone to read the new Code of Conduct. Find out more information about COVID measures.

June 2021

  • Friday 4th
    First race: 17:35
    Last race: 20:40
    It’s Friday night and Bath Racecourse is back. It’s been some time since Bath Racecourse opened its doors and some things may seem different. One thing that hasn’t changed is our promise to deliver a great time with every visit. With reduced capacity and entry only available by booking, tickets are expected to go quickly. More information can be found on the website.
  • Saturday 12th
    First race: 13:20
    Last race: 16:55
    Super Saturday is a brilliant day out for all the family in Somerset. Enjoy an afternoon at the races and soak up the summer. Why not make it an even more special occasion and book one of Bath Racecourse’s hospitality packages? Be quick because spaces are limited and are expected to go fast. More information can be found on the website.
  • Wednesday 23rd
    First race: 17:50
    Last race: 20:50
    More information and buy tickets.
  • Wednesday 30th
    First race: 17:55
    Last race: 20:55
    More information and buy tickets.


Make sure to keep checking Bath Racecourse for any changes or updates that may happen in line with government guidelines and Coronavirus.


July 2021

  • Saturday 3rd
    Inflatable 5K Obstacle
    The UK’s biggest and best inflatable 5K obstacle course with 28 gigantic obstacles to bounce through, including the new foam zone. The event is hosted by UK Running, with more information and details to be found on their website.
  • Wednesday 7th
    First race: 16:30
    Last race: 20:50
    At the races is a perfect way to spend a warm summers evening, and Bath Racecourse have everything in place to make it an evening to remember. Make the evening better by booking yourself space at the Bottega Terrazza Restaurant for a two-course Italian inspired meal. Book quickly to avoid disappointment.
  • Tuesday 13th
    First race: 12:00
    Last race: 16:10
    More information and buy tickets.
  • Wednesday 21st
    First race: 13:10
    Last race: 17:10
    More information and buy tickets.
  • Friday 30th
    Kaiser Chiefs Live
    Oh My God, We Can’t Believe It! The Kaiser Chiefs are back on tour and are playing at the great Bath Racecourse following a day of exciting races. We predict a riot as tickets are expected to go pretty quickly for this event. More information and buy tickets.
  • Friday 31st 
    Rag ‘n’ bone Man live
    “We’re only human after all, of course, we want to see award-winning Rag ‘n’ Bone Man live.” Then check out Bath Racecourse this July to experience the incredible Rag ‘n’ Bone Man in this one-off performance. Tickets available via Ticketmaster and Ticket WebFor more information.

About Us

Guests are treated to a traditional English breakfast and can make use of our laundry room, delightful courtyard area and parking facilities. Well-behaved pets are also welcome.

Toghill House Farm and bed and breakfast is run by the Bishop family, who are devoted to making your stay a truly pleasurable experience.

Toghill’s working farm warmly welcomes all bed and breakfast guests and offers you a real taste of rural life. In fact, visitors to the farm are often greeted by its very friendly team of cats and dogs as they arrive.

Animals on the farm include sheep, bantams, horses and a Shetland pony. Walking routes have been marked out throughout the farm grounds and you can choose short walks or full-day or half-day outings.

A beautiful historic guesthouse and working farm on the edge of the Cotswolds.

We offer inviting and comfortable bed and breakfast accommodation in a building steeped in character and history on the outskirts of Bath.

Toghill House was built in 1691 and originally used as a resting house for monks travelling between Glastonbury and Malmesbury. It was restored in 1861 as a working farm and now offers a traditional B&B service for the travellers of today exploring this charming part of the country.

Visitors to Toghill can relax in rooms in the main farmhouse or barn conversion, all of which have been carefully decorated to reflect the history of the buildings. Our guesthouse also boasts stunning views over the River Severn, the Bristol Channel, the hills of Wales and the Brecon Beacons.

As a guest you will be invited to enjoy visiting our working farm during your stay, to walk around, meet the animals and make use of the stables and arena for your own horse if required