Millennium Green 2018 Calendars

An ideal Christmas present - the 2018 Millennium Green calendar!

Millennium Green 2018 Calendar

St Stephen’s Millennium Green featured on Gardeners’ World

We were surprised and delighted to see the photograph behind the weather forecaster during a recent edition of ‘Gardeners’ World’  It was a recent picture of the Millennium Green taken by a local photographer and what better endorsement for the Green, our much loved community space, than to be shown on national television.

Garderners World

2016 Annual General Meeting of the St. Stephen's Millennium Green Trust

The following documents are available for download:


Chairman's Report

Financial Report

2015 Annual General Meeting of the St. Stephen's Millennium Green Trust

The Minutes, Annual Report and the Financial Report from the 2015 AGM are available for download below:


Annual Report

Financial Report

Aerial Video of the Millennium Green

Watch this wonderful video that has some marvelous aerial views of the Millennium Green. This video was made by Paul Fernihough, a Bath resident for over 20 years. Do watch it and let others know about it!

New Sundial on the Millennium Green

The new sundial on St. Stephen’s Millennium Green was officially unveiled on Easter Sunday. The sundial has been given in memory of John Ede by his family, and has been designed by David Brown who now has a national reputation for sundials. His recent commissions include the National Trust, Oxford colleges, the Olympic Park, and locally the armillary sphere in the Parade Gardens. David was taught by John Ede at Kingswood School and later succeeded John as Head of Physics there.

John Ede was a Lansdown resident for over 50 years, a long-serving Mayor’s Guide, allotment holder and founder member of the campaigning group who saved the St Stephen’s allotments and formed the attractive community garden, St. Stephen’s Millennium Green, for all to enjoy in 1999. John was Bath's longest-serving Mayor’s Guide and was also honoured with an MBE. John took approximately 30,000 people around the city during his free weekly walks before his death in 2011.