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Category: Day by Day
Bath Festivals awarded council grant.
The immediate future of Bath Festivals has been secured following news that councillors have agreed to a £75,000 one-off grant to … More
Don’t bury it – burn it.
The ruling Lib Dem group at Bath and North East Somerset Council have publicly’ vowed’ to end – what they … More
Lost for words
It’s not often you will find me lost for words but this morning l was speechless with fury. Despite Somerset … More
Telling tales with needle and thread.
Work is well advanced now in preparing the north side of the nave of Bath Abbey for the next stage … More
Why what’s best adds up to zero.
I cannot say today’s National Clean Air Day had much effect on the usual London Road queues into the centre … More
Last post in Broad Street.
Behind the covered first floor windows of W H Smith’s Union Street shop, contractors are busy getting things ready for … More
Just the ticket
The spotlight – in Bath – is very much on England’s maritime hero Admiral Lord Nelson at the moment with … More
Climate Change briefing for Bath
Want to know more about climate change and its impact? Bath’s MP, Wera Hobhouse is arranging a ‘briefing’ for residents … More
Conversations with a cushion.
I won’t forget my first ever visit to an annual general meeting of Bath and North East Somerset Council. I … More
All change in Walcot Street.
So it goes like this. Farpoint has closed in Walcot Street. Its computer and sound system location just happened to … More
Bath Camerata’s new CD
Not all of Bath’s ‘fame’ lies with Roman ruins or Georgian architecture, in the world of music it happens to … More
What’s that in your window?
This year’s Bath Festival – a celebration of music and literature featuring more than 120 events over ten days – … More
Bath, April 26th.
Bath doesn’t rate very well in the litter stakes with our streets way down the list for cleanliness – often … More
What an image.
This is the entrance to one of Bath’s finest Georgian buildings – built by Thomas Baldwin between 1775-8. The Guildhall … More
A brunch-fuelled morning in Bath where – even with your eyes closed – you would know it’s Sunday. It’s where … More
I am personally pleased that the UK is due to take part in the European Parliamentary Election on Thursday 23 … More
Mr B plus
Good to see Mr B’s bookshop just got bigger. Not only is this an independent retailer having faith in the … More