More sleeping rough

They’re not so easy to spot – in amongst all the festive hustle and bustle – but there are at least  34 homeless people  in Bath who have more to worry about than buying Christmas presents. That’s the estimated number of those sleeping rough in the annual count – carried  out on a night in November […]

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Slimmed down Council?

Proposed boundary changes to council wards could mean six fewer councillors on Bath and North East Somerset Council. The independent Local Government Boundary Commission for England is asking people across the district to comment on its draft proposals for new council ward boundaries. The Commission’s plans would mean six fewer councillors elected to the council […]

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A ‘hospital’ peep at Christmas past.

The festive season is giving Bath’s unique Medical Museum a chance to take its visitors on a trip to Christmas past.   Volunteers have helped set up a special festive exhibition at the old Chapel within the Royal Mineral Water Hospital along Upper Borough Walls. They have set up an exhibition which shows what it […]

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T shirt makes Dress of the Year

An ensemble – featuring a printed T shirt – has been chosen as the Dress of the Year 2017 for the Fashion Museum Bath. It was selected especially for the museum by Sarah Bailey of Red Magazine and features  an ensemble from Dior’s Spring-Summer 2017 collection that showcases the white cotton ‘We Should All Be […]

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Quays side riverbank re-opens.

Initial works to transform the river bank between Churchill Bridge and Green Park have been completed in the latest phase of the ambitious £6.2 million Bath Quays Waterside project. The scheme when complete will protect more than 100 commercial and residential properties from flooding, support the regeneration of Bath Quays, and reconnect Bath to its […]

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