Couldn’t have asked for better weather for my daily exercise this lockdown Sunday morning – and a walk in the company of my husband too.
We hadn’t got far before we almost tripped over an abandoned Christmas tree dumped by the roadside.
Bearing in mind B&NES have made it perfectly clear they will collect these poor dead festive left-overs – the message had not got through as far as this person was concerned.
Thank goodness for B&NES online ‘Fix My Street’.
Noticed on Twitter – first thing – that the Roman Baths were promoting the new World Heritage Centre – which is being developed in part of the old York Street laundry as part of the multi-million-pound Archway Project.
It’s a scheme which will improve educational facilities, reveal more of the Roman site to the public and – through the new Centre – allow people to explore the reasons why Bath was considered special enough to be inscribed by UNESCO back in 1987 as a World Heritage site.
I will be trying to find out what information there is on when this exciting new development will be opening.
Meanwhile, here’s a YouTube presentation which explains and explores the whole project.