It’s good to see B&NES has finally removed the rusting and badly damaged abandoned bike from the cycle racks installed right outside the steps into Bath’s Guildhall.
It frees up another ‘parking space’ for cyclists – apart from the fact that its lengthy presence was not a very good advertisement for the Council’s efforts to encourage more cycling in the city.
Also spotted this Tuesday – and nowhere near as nice – is an awareness of just how many vacant shops are appearing at the top end of Stall Street.
Meanwhile, in Abbey Churchyard, workmen have been re-laying the slabs removed every December for the insertion of the city’s official Christmas tree.
Your Director is often puzzling over the meaning of carved initials spotted in facing stones and pavements, but he has no doubt whatsoever about the ‘T’ carved in these.
It must be T for tree?
No danger then of next year’s festive fir ending up in the wrong place!