Well the stone balustrade on Grand Parade may still look a mess – with so many of the decorative stone pillars still covered up with boarding – but at least it looks as though the road sign has been given a makeover since the Virtual Museum pointed out how shabby this iconic part of Bath was becoming.
The old one had been vandalised and was confusing to visitors.
I spotted a renovated and shiny road sign today which makes a huge difference in directing tourist to this special location.
It’s where thousands stand to take photograph of Robert Adam’s Pulteney Bridge.
Now it’s just the crumbling balustrade to tackle!