Lansdown Crescent Association, Bath, UK

Bath, Somerset, United Kingdom

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Documents distributed to members
can be found here


Gallery 15
Snow in the Crescent

Gallery 52
Our sheep on the move before lambing,
March 2016
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Gallery 5
William Beckford
The Lansdown Crescent Area

Lansdown Crescent was designed by John Palmer and built between 1789 and 1793.
William Beckford lived here for 20 years and built the bridge between Lansdown Crescent and Lansdown Place West.
In April 1942 Somerset Place and Lansdown Place East were badly damaged, and All Saints' Chapel destroyed, by bombing.

Local History (archive)

Traffic in the Lansdown Crescent Area (archive)

Other Area Information (archive)

Lansdown Crescent Sheep (archive)

Please note that, as the field is let, there is no access either for residents or for the general public.