Brunel’s rail cutting through Sydney Gardens is rapidly becoming a ‘wildlife corridor’ with so much vegetation being left to grow … More
Seems Bath’s newly re-opened Medical Museum has hit the ground running. Paul Thomas emailed me about their mini week-end festival … More
[Mayor Dan Norris helping with the planting at Great Avon Wood] Bath and NE Somerset residents are being urged to … More
To lift your spirits while the sky is grey. Sydney Gardens. Minerva’s Temple.
Gardener busy at the Macdonald Bath Spa Hotel.
Just heard from Nicky Ison of the Widcombe Deli which has been looking for a new home in the area. … More
Vanessa Langford emailed me to give me details about yesterday’s demonstration in Bath. She wrote: “The protest on North Rd … More
Love the light.
Bath’s MP, Wera Hobhouse marked Road Safety Week by calling on the government to take road safety more seriously. In … More
Two members of staff from the Royal United Hospitals Bath NHS Foundation Trust were amongst those who had the opportunity … More
An email today from Fiona Gray of Bath Opera which may be of interest if you think you have the … More
[Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, La troupe de Mlle Eglantine, © Musée d’Ixelles-Bruxelles / Courtesy of Institut für Kulturaustausch, Tübingen] Bath’s getting … More
Dr Amy Frost is the Senior Curator at Bath Preservation Trust and is currently in charge of the multi-million pound … More
Another quirky ‘Bristol’ shot. Can you spot Brunel duck?
Not all the festive-styled markets in Bath are out of doors. In Queen Square, the Bath Royal Literary and Scientific … More
The city’s Roman Baths and Victoria Art Gallery are getting into the festive spirit with attractions very old and recently … More
[Council Leader Cllr Kevin Guy and Cllr Sarah Warren with members of Community SpeedWatch and officers from Avon & Somerset … More
[Councillor Sarah Moore and Austin.] Two young volunteers from Bath, who clear up rubbish from the River Avon, have been … More