Summer Break Out

A month-long series of camps which will see young people ‘break free’ from lockdown isolation has got underway in Bath … More

Accentuate the positive?

I am back in open countryside today, obsessed with my gadgets and wondering how future historians might view this period … More

Thanks for having us.

Departing students in Bath have donated over 200 bags of clothes and kitchen equipment to local charities during their end … More

Number 1 reopens on August 5th!

Bath Preservation Trust’s flagship museum, No 1 Royal Crescent, will re-open on Wednesday 5th August with newly-arranged safe opening arrangements … More

Welcome back.

Tuesday’s Wyatt’s Walk took a break at St Mary’s Church in Upper Swainswick to talk about the government’s walking/cycling campaign, … More

What now for Bath?

How can Bath built a new economic future after the pandemic? That’s the subject of an online public meeting the … More

Gimme Shelter

A break in the weather to talk birthdays and getting my name on the map! PS Spot the stag out … More

Walk this way.

With lockdown easing, now is a good time for Bathonians to get out and start appreciating the historical nooks and … More

That Friday feeling.

  Almost the weekend and l have news of a walk slightly further afield. Oh – and an anniversary l … More

Thursday’s Post

Not a pretty sight. More roadside evidence of fly-tipping, more woes for B&NES this winter and how we are all … More

On foot in Bath

……Just happens to be the title of a newly-revised and illustrated book featuring fifteen walks around the city, compiled and … More

Road closure

The need for substantial drainage work will mean closing Bathampton High Street for a month from  August 3rd. Standing water … More