Misty morning

A cold, dull and misty start to the week and we’re off to check out a bit of graffiti cleaning, … More

A cuppa and a chat

A ‘Chatty Café’, educational courses and cookery workshops are just some of the suggestions received from members of the public … More

Let’s hear from you.

Proposals to regenerate Midsomer Norton High Street and create an attractive multi-use public space have been unveiled today and residents … More

Tier 2 and you

Residents in Bath and North East Somerset are being urged to keep protecting themselves and others by continuing to limit … More

Light up Bath

There’s no Christmas Market this year but that doesn’t mean the city centre streets are empty of colour and atmosphere. … More


An invitation to polish your magnifying glasses and solve a festive fictional mystery online is being offered as part of … More

Roman Baths to reopen

The Roman Baths will reopen its doors on 3 December, having been closed for nearly a month in line with … More

Now you see it ……..

Well, the sun has finally broken through this foggy Friday morning and l have some good news about a ‘blot’ … More

Milsom Street closure.

Road surfacing work is being carried out to further enhance the advance notice signage for the new bus gate at … More

Is this how it is?

The image above was sent to me by Adrian Feeney and taken by Trevor H Smith. The graffiti has been … More

Light the lights

Mr Bob Mitchell was amongst those asking why Bath Abbey appears to be lit up at night now with colourful … More

Racecourse vaccination centre?

It’s Tier 2 for B&NES. Meanwhile the Royal United Hospital has suspended visiting with immediate effect. Here’s what Trust members … More

Taking a peep.

It’s obvious if you are walking through York Street that work continues apace on the new Heritage and Learning Centres … More

Thank You!

In my defence, l cannot know everything going on in Bath and North East Somerset – there is only me … More

Queen of the needles.

A 100-year-old resident of a sheltered housing scheme in Combe Down in Bath is bringing a little festive joy to … More

Queen Square repair.

A chance today to watch a master craftsman at work with a change of direction regarding my daily exercise walk. … More

Our town.

I wasn’t the only person having a nosey ‘in town’ yesterday. Paul Polden writes: “For our daily exercise yesterday Cherril … More