Hot on the heels of unearthing part of a mediaeval tiled floor – while engaged on the Footprint Project at Bath Abbey – archaeologists working for Wessex Archaeology have now added a high status Roman […]
Bath Preservation Trust is going to offer monthly Saturday advice surgeries – with a local qualified architect from Chartered Practice – in a new joint venture with the Royal institute of British Architects (RIBA) South West. […]
I don’t know about the rest of the residents in this rat-run of a street but l have had enough! My partner and l have lived on a narrow and dangerous road for eight years […]
Currently switching from BT to EE as web provider and problems at the exchange – would you believe. Normal service to be restored ASAP!
Residents and businesses are being asked for their comments on alterations to a Bath city centre car park. It will increase number of bays and help offset the demolition of Avon Street Car Park. Bath […]
Seems canal boaters, local councillors, the police and other interested parties have met to discuss the ongoing problem of antisocial behaviour – by some – on the Kennet and Avon Canal in our area. It […]
While we all know what a law enforcement officer looks like l am keen to know what uniform the Council’s new ‘litter enforcement officers’ will be decked out in. We’ll find out during the spring […]
One of Bath’s most vibrant community music groups are gearing up to celebrate their 18th birthday in grand style. Bath Community Big Band are holding a huge joint gig with special guests the South London […]