Elsewhere on this blog there is a piece about ‘taster sessions’ being offered by Bath Croquet Club and that’s brought … More
Author: Richard Wyatt
An hour to support our planetary home.
Have you heard yet about Earth Hour? An international attempt to get all of us to devote an hour doing … More
Assembling art ‘Unlimited’
[Jeremy Fry with Takis Signals, Widcombe Manor, Bath 1967] Bath’s Holburne Museum is branching out elsewhere to stage a spring … More
William’s wonderful invention
[The bust of William Harbutt in the The Victoria Art Gallery. It is cast in bronze from an original carved … More
What a day to remember!
Here’s a story carried in The Guardian, but we had our own reporter/photographer there too! Rob Coles joined in the … More
Pic of the day. Monday, March 20th
The first day of Spring!
One day away from the official start of spring, and l was off on my first walk of the year … More
Pic of the day. Sunday, March 19th
Another road trip. Dating from 1180 AD – the remains of Malmesbury’s beautiful Abbey.
Hoops of fun
A date for your April diary, if you would like to have a go at trying something different. How about … More
Pic of the day. Saturday, March 18th
The River Avon still swollen, as the wet days continue. View from Grosvenor Bridge. Amazes me how the tree – … More
Create your own transport solution
Metro Mayor Dan Norris chose to stand outside the Radstock Museum to launch WESTlocal – a 2 million pound fund designed … More
Good news for Chew Valley
Some good news for those living in the Chew Valley area. A key bus serving the district will continue until … More
Making a good recovery
More evidence released today of how much of a recovery Bath’s premier tourist attraction is enjoying. Figures released today by … More
Our wardrobe is still open
[Cream silk court dress with silver and gold metal thread zardozi embroidery by the House of Worth, worn by Lady … More
On target with tree planting.
B&NES say they are on target with their plans to plant 100,000 trees in the area by the end of … More
Support for community ‘warm spaces’
the the cost of living and rising energy bills affecting so many, its interesting to see where so many people … More
A helping hand
[L to R. Ella-Rose Bostock Deputy Head of Strategy & Development;Keri Grinham – Community Wellbeing Hub Hospital Lead; Rhiannon Hills … More
Putting our choir in the frame!
When you are a well-known local choir, recognised for its virtuosity and versatility in providing outstanding musical experiences at home … More