2016 and – in terms of major engineering works affecting the fabric and day-to-day management of our city and its … More
So very sad to hear that the north jetty on the Old Pier at Weston – super – Mare has … More
2016 will mark the 50th anniversary of the closure of the Somerset and Dorset Railway – a line with close … More
As the old year comes to an end – a time for reflection. The Virtual Museum of Bath wishes all … More
Virtual Museum coverage of archaeological excavations and chance discoveries in and around the old Palace Theatre site in the Saw … More
Wednesday, December 23rd, 2015. For sale on flower stall in Union Street.
Bath & North East Somerset Council and the Environment Agency are due to begin work on the next phase of … More
A rise in Council Tax is one option Bath & North East Somerset Council might have to consider following the … More
Members of the public will be able to find out more about plans for the new Archway Centre in Bath … More
The notice outside Bath Abbey this morning says it all. Today’s special Christmas morning service – being televised live by … More
Tuesday, December 22nd, 2015. Reflections in a Broad Street shop window. Apparently the Winter Solstice occurred in the small hours … More
A couple more ‘discoveries’ from the excavations Cotswold Archaeology are carrying out in conjunction with Deeley Freed Estates – the … More
Bath at Christmas. Pigs are connected with Bath and the legend/myth of its ‘founder’ King Bladud who – as a … More
Well, look what’s arrived outside the Bath Street side entrance to the Pump Room. With the Christmas Market now … More
Today will see the lighting of the fourth Advent candle at Bath Abbey – leaving Christmas Day to come!
One of Bath’s old theatres has been giving up some of its secrets as work gets underway on regenerating part … More
Bath’s Holburne Museum is aiming to start some essential maintenance work on its car park on January 4th and wants … More
It’s a sign on a pub door in Westgate Street but it reminded me of angels?
Friday, December 18th, 2015. Big Issue seller Ian and his dog ‘Boycie’ are a familiar sight on Bath’s Union Street … More
Bath & North East Somerset Council has announced that a referendum to decide the future form of governance for the … More
It’s fascinating where one little brown coloured elastic band – dropped in a pedestrian lane in Lower Swainswick – can … More
Bath Abbey – and Abbey Church Yard Christmas tree – reflected in rain puddle. Thursday, December 17th, 2015.
Ten days to go to the big day. Colourful Christmas display from the flower man in Union Street.
Tuesday, December 15th, 2015. An artist captures his own after-dark image of St Michaels Without.
Bath will be playing a starring role on our television screens twice over the Christmas period. Two of the BBC’s … More