Festival boosts economy.

Good to hear how strong an economic difference the opening events in this year’s Bath Festival made to the city. … More

Oh what a night!

What a queue there was last night waiting for the doors to open at St Swithins Church for one of … More

A crackerjack of a show!

I couldn’t attend the preview party for this year’s Bath Society of Artists open exhibition at the Victoria Art Gallery … More

Gasworks gathering

The latest proposals for the former Bath Gasworks site will go on display to the public over three days at … More

Talented students gather

Students from schools across the region will be gathering at Royal High School Bath on Wednesday 18 May for a … More

The missing plaque.

Yesterday, Wednesday, May 11th, marked 1,049 years since King Edgar was crowned as the first king of all England at … More

A fun way to raise funds

Good to hear the annual supporters of the Holburne Museum plant sale went well last Sunday. Chair Jonathan Davis tells … More

Our new wildlife haven

Just a little shout out to the folks who have given their time to create ‘St Saviour’s Little Park’ in … More


Western Power has been spotted near the arid Laura Place Fountain. Once they have done their connections – let it … More

‘Kids United’

Eleven of Bath’s secondary schools have united to create a unique choir of young people who are creating and performing … More

Let it grow.

One new sapling amongst the troubled others on the central island at the city end of the London Road. Here’s … More

Helping Bath bloom

Bumped into some bath in Bloom volunteers busy clearing weeds and rubbish from the community garden at the city end … More

Uke Can’t Be Serious

This enthusiastic group of Ukelele players are currently representing Bath in our ‘twin city’ of Aix en Provence at their … More

Jubilee celebrations

So far 53 street parties have been planned in Bath and North East Somerset to help celebrate the Queen’s Platinum … More