Putting Bath’s heritage back to work.

A Bath lottery, Georgian-themed weddings and how the Fashion Museum could end up sharing space with a pub!

Just some of the ideas and subjects discussed in an in-depth interview with the B&NES councillor responsible for re-setting the city’s heritage image after – hopefully – we say goodbye to the effects of the pandemic.

Cllr Paul Crossley

Cllr Paul Crossley is responsible for community services which include heritage attractions – like the Roman Baths – and parks.

I met him in Parade Gardens – one of the most well-known central public spaces – to talk about the effects of Covid 19 and what he hoped to achieve in 2021 to revive this World heritage city’s tourist business.

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  1. I’m a regular reader and watcher of Bath news from Boston, MA. Thanks for the summary of 2021 plans especially about the balustrade, fountain and parks. I’m positive about everything except a greater focus on weddings, because of the annoying hen party’s that disturb the peace. The idea of a costumed theme wedding is interesting but the cost for a one day event would be prohibitive for most. Yes photographs are nice, but aren’t there better ways to spread the wealth?

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