Following the last pre-season game of the summer against Leinster, the Bath Rugby squad spent some time country hotel Babington House.
In preparation for the Aviva Premiership season getting underway, the squad spent a day team-building taking part in a number of activities including clay pigeon shooting.
Second rower Charlie Ewels believes that a solid pre-season has set the Club up for a strong start to the new campaign.
Ewels said: "It’s really important to spend some time with the squad away from the rugby field.
"We talk about culture and everything we do at the Club is backed up by activities like this. It’s important to have that time where there’s not that pressure and strain of the game week and we actually enjoy each other’s company and get to know each other better."