What an image.

This is the entrance to one of Bath’s finest Georgian buildings – built by Thomas Baldwin between 1775-8.


The Guildhall doesn’t only house the council chamber for B&NES – it’s effectively the city’s Town Hall.


Look at the steps leading up to those impressive wooden doors. Crumbling away and covered in gull droppings – as is the pavement leading up to it.


My grandmother polished the brass on her humble house doorstep – shame someone in there can’t do the same to the city’s administrative focal point!


Meanwhile, on the other side of the High Street – the usual crap at the pick up point for local business refuse. When will they be made to bag things properly?

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  1. Well said … Parts of the town centre have in the past few years shown the results of cheap ‘over tourism’ – litter, crap, low-level anti-social behaviour – and sheer lack of regard on the council’s part for what is supposed to be a World Heritage gem.

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