Pete’s streets!

  With something like six million day visitors a year, there’s no doubting that images of our World Heritage city … More

Patti Smith back in Bath

Legendary American singer-songwriter Patti Smith will be bringing her band to The Bath Forum as part of next year’s Bath … More

What’s your view?

I am not going to get into an argument about whether or not Bath’s Christmas Market is a good idea … More

You’re a star!

Bath’s Herschel Museum of Astronomy is no stranger when it comes to winning awards, but two on the same night … More

Book a present

Here’s a way of spreading a bit of Christmas cheer and making some room on your bookshelves. Libraries in Bath … More

China on a plate

Some people may be surprised to learn that many of the objects on display at Bath’s Museum of East Asian … More

Staring Back.

Come face to face with many different faces at Bath Royal Literary and Scientific Institution this month. Local artist and … More

Looping the hoops.

Lots of you have been expressing support for my concern at the loss of cycle hoops in the High Street … More

Oh yes, he does.

Ever wondered where one of our festive season entertainment favourites came about. The Arts Society Bath Lecture for December takes … More

Parkside Centre saved.

B&NES Council has withdrawn its plans to demolish the former Parkside children’s centre in Bath and a consultation on future … More

A loophole too far.

Seriously B&NES – why are cycle hoops disappearing from outside the Guildhall? Every year they are removed for the Remembrance … More

Not to be sniffed at.

  Good news for those who have been complaining about the strong scent smell they have been experiencing on Bath’s … More

Tree of friendship.

It’s always good to see a new tree being planted and it makes it extra-special when you discover that this … More

True Grit.

B&NES has taken delivery of nine new low-emission gritting lorries – fitted with the latest Euro VI OBD-D rated engines – … More