Just half a mile south of Bradford on Avon – on one side of a beautifully green and […]
Local residents, business owners and visitors are being invited by Bath & North East Somerset Council come […]
The last chance in 2013 for people to view the construction site for 100 feet up of the […]
A trip into a Bath chemist to buy a bar of coal-tar soap also – quite unexpectedly – […]
I have been talking about an official handbook published in 1923 which features up to date information on all the excavations that had taken place since 1878 around the original Roman baths complex.
I spend some time discussing the Bath businesses who took out advertising space in the catalogue – including one for The Bernina – which was ‘Bath’s beautiful Swiss cafe’ which even made its own chocolates!
My thanks to Dan Brown from Bath In Time for telling me he has several images of the business which was still in existence in Old Bond Street in 1966 when one of the photographs was taken. You can link to his site here bathintime.co.uk/search/keyword…
Bath and North East Somerset Council has been paying its condolences to the family of Dr. Geoffrey Kellaway […]
Back in 1923 Bath not only had a daily newspaper called The Bath Herald – ‘ acknowledged to […]
Volunteers working with the Cleveland Pools Trust have just exposed a good part of an original path […]
An investigation into unauthorised moorings on the stretch of the River Avon below Pulteney Weir and Widcombe Basin […]
Looks like the green light has been given for the biggest residential and commercial development in Keynsham for […]