We are family.

Looking for advice on starting your family history?  You will be able to ask staff from the Bath Record Office … More

What’s up?

Just in case you are wondering why scaffolding is going up at Bath’s Guildhall, a press spokesperson told me: ‘We’re … More

The low down on traffic.

Did B&NES councillors get a sombre vision of a nightmare future at last night’s crowded public meeting in Bath where … More

Queen Square closure.

Now all that excavation activity – that has been on-going in Queen Square – becomes clear! It’s preparatory work for … More

Spoken from the heart.

More than 42,000 people – under 75 – died from heart and circulatory diseases in the UK in 2017. It’s … More

Get in lane

I am a great supporter of the medieval-sized lanes behind the High Street in the centre of Bath, and have … More

Shut that door!

Shut that door! As the late-lamented comedian, Larry Grayson used to say. This time around it’s shops and businesses in … More

New man at the front.

The Silver Ring Choir, one of Bath’s oldest choral groups, has appointed John Sandford as their new conductor. John has … More

Nailed it!

Good Lord! I nearly fell off my bike this morning at the shock of finally seeing one of Bath’s first … More

Car park to close.

Manvers Street car park in Bath will be closed from Monday 17 February for four weeks for essential maintenance including … More

We DON’T love you!

  A local councillor and members of the London Road Resident’s Association helped save these rust-covered giant planters for their … More

Look out list.

Here’s the latest list of roadworks to look out for in the B&NES area. You can also follow us @BATHNESHighways … More

Car-free square.

A high level of support for making Kingsmead Square car-free has been shown following public and business consultations carried out … More