Walking back to happiness

Bathscape has released details for its popular annual walking festival which will be encouraging people to get outside and enjoy … More

Thanks for the trim

Off to Swindon in the rain this morning but one experience on the way helped to drive those dark clouds … More

Vaccine pop-up clinic

A pop-up walk-in Covid-19 vaccination clinic is being held in Bath city centre this Sunday for anyone yet to have … More

‘Hotel Min’

It started life as a hospital for the poor and now looks forward to a future accommodating the well off. … More

Summer nights

Bath Abbey will be staying open well past its usual closing time on certain days in August to enable members … More

A better way to travel?

If you live along the Bath to Bristol A4 commuter corridor you are being asked to help shape transport improvements … More

Standing up for our rights

Female councillors from all political parties within B&NES have come together to table a special motion calling on the authority … More

Larkhall closure

Emergency works are going to force the closure of St Saviours Road in Larkhall on July 31st for an anticipated … More

Groundbreaking day!

Good to see a smiley face for a change and RUH Matron Caroline Gilleece certainly has something to feel happy … More

Happy birth-day!

Staff at the Royal United Hospital are celebrating the 10th anniversary of the opening of the RUH’s innovative Dyson Centre … More

I do, l do, l do!

I am hearing that almost 600 couples have tied the knot at Bath & North East Somerset Council’s beautiful wedding … More

Making Time for Bath

Can’t be bad news for our World Heritage city to hear it has been named as one of the World’s … More

Save our plants.

The concrete barriers in Larkhall Square are being taken away on Friday – as B&NES dismantles such temporary constructs across … More