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Get in touch with Bath’s sports expert

Thursday, August 25th, 2011

If you’ve just watched our fantastic ‘Eating Fit’ video, you’ll have seen Renee McGregor challenge the University of Bath hockey team to cook up a healthy, balanced post-match meal. We don’t want to spoil anything if you’ve not seen the video, but the lads seem to know their stuff in the kitchen!

You might also want to know yourself how you can book an appointment with our on-screen expert Renee. So here’s how: Renee is based at the University of Bath Sports Injury Clinic and Human Performance Centre and is available for appointments every Wednesday; some weekend and evening appointments may also be available on request.

Get in touch! Simply contact her to arrange your appointment.

T: 01225 383636

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International Shopping in Bath

Monday, September 13th, 2010


Shaftesbury Rd,
Oldfield Park,

Tel: 01225 429123

The supermarket can be a great place to get your hands on everyday essential items such as eggs, bread and milk.  For international students, you can usually find a decent selection of international ingredients from around the world so its always worth checking the shelves.

Twerton Market

Twerton Football ground Car Park

Tel: 01225 47 7101

A fantastic local farmers market open every Thursday from around 9:00 am until around 1:00pm.  With stalls ranging from butchers, fishmongers and greengrocers all selling a fantastic range of local Somerset foods.

Many of the market stall holders have experience with dealing with overseas students and are always willing to help.  You should recognise many of the ingredients on the stalls but if not always ask.

The market is easily reached by the number 18 bus, taken to Twerton parade.

International supermarket

Wai Yee Hong
Eastgate Oriental City
Eastgate Road,

Tel: 0845 873 3388

Open 7 days a week. 10:30AM-5:30PM

Wai Yee Hong is a fantastic place for UK students and overseas students to come along to and find themselves a vast range of authentic ingredients from all around the world such as India, Thailand, China and Japan.

To reach Bristol from Bath, take either the 339, 649 and the x39

There are regular trains from Bristol Temple Meads stations.