Million pound revamp for Kingsmead Square.

Some good news for  people who cycle and walk around Bath city centre. They will  benefit from a £1 million investment secured for Bath & North East Somerset Council to revamp the area around Kingsmead Square with new cycling routes and an improved built environment. The Seven Dials Scheme consists of five contra-flow cycle routes, […]

Read More…

Let us spray!

Out and about this Sunday and impressed to see ‘Rich’ from the graffiti-busting team at B&NES busy working on the bridge linking Kensington Meadows across the River Avon to the lane leading up to the tow path of the Kennet and Avon canal. He was treating the paint-spray vandalism on the concrete structure which is […]

Read More…
river avon

Nothing cheap about Bath

Bath has just been declared the second most expensive destination in the UK. A new survey fromCheaprooms.co.uk made this announcement after comparing 30 popular summer destinations in the United Kingdom. The cost of lodging during this summer’s school vacation period of July 24th through September 1st served as the basis of comparison. The cost per night […]

Read More…

Civil War week-end at Claverton Manor

  Fans and enthusiasts of the American Civil War (1861-1865) can witness life amongst the soldiers who fought brother against brother in the bloodiest conflict in American history.  Walk around their camp and get caught up in the argument between North and South; when the skirmish starts whose side will you be on? The American Museum welcomes back […]

Read More…

Holiday fun at Bath museums

Hundreds of children and grown-ups have been enjoying family fun at Bath & North East Somerset Council’s heritage attractions this summer – but there’s a still a lot more on offer! Over the last fortnight, more than 750 people have taken part in craft and activity sessions at the Council-run attractions – and YOU can […]

Read More…