Back in business

It’s doors open again from tomorrow, February 1st at No. 1 Royal Crescent and the Herschel Museum of Astronomy. Also … More

Signs of the times

Tomorrow – February lst – sees the start of three days of works to complete road markings and signage on … More

Direct action

The Sinking House installation at Pulteney Weir was an effective message to send to the COP 26 conference in Scotland … More

Drive-through vaccination

[ © Google Street View] The region’s first drive-thru Covid-19 vaccination clinic has opened at the University of Bath. Adults … More

One big doughnut!

[Library shot – not me!] While l can’t say being popped in and out of the CT scanning ‘doughnut’ – … More

Pain in the neck.

(PS – that’s not me!) I am sure l have been a ‘pain in the neck’ to many over the … More

Bus stop campaign

Bath MP Wera Hobhouse has arranged a meeting with First Bus to discuss alterations to the routes of two local … More

Marmite and me

Hit the Marmite jar this morning. Had a craving all weekend to spread it over hot toast and on top … More

A misty moment

The image above was taken by Robert Coles who writes: “Seeing your reference to planting cherry blossom trees in Alice … More

Half-term fun

Myths and Monsters at the Victoria Art Gallery With the forthcoming February half-term in mind – seems there will be plenty … More