How heritage makes money.

Another record year for the city’s world-famous Roman Baths with 1,202,491 visitors generating £23.3 million income and a surplus profit … More

We won’t sell the ‘family silver’ says councillor.

Bath’s world famous Fashion Museum could well be homeless in a couple of years but any thought of parting with … More

All change at Bath Abbey.

  It wasn’t only Pentecost being celebrated by the congregation at Bath Abbey at the weekend but the fact that … More

Oh Peroni!

First – the good news. The Council’s Parks Department and Bath BID have come together to help brighten up our … More

The fame game.

Bryan Chalker is an ex B&NES councillor – and former Mayor of Bath – who is now getting used to … More

An artful way of telling Bath’s history.

  We’re just weeks away from the official unveiling – in Bath – of a new piece of public sculpture … More

Bath’s dragon boat race is on again for this year!

Something for your autumn diary. It’s been announced that the third annual Bath Dragon Boat Race will take place on … More

Bath’s new Mayor elected.

Bathonians got a chance to experience an annual display of civic pride today – Saturday, June 1st, – with the … More

They’re special AND free!

Want to know more about Thomas Gainsborough’s time in Bath? The Beadeker wartime raids or how the city helped shape … More

Sunday in the park

I had a brief moment of being proud to be born in this country last night. I wasn’t dancing to … More

Summer in the city

A quick look around Bath. Well done to the Genesis Trust and their volunteers for the makeover of the artist-designed … More

A glimmer of hope for Children’s Centre.

There’s hope on the horizon for the previously doomed Parkside Children’s Centre – a building – now surrounded by the … More

Abbey’s east end re-appears.

Good to see that the protective screening at the east end of Bath Abbey has come down as the work … More

Leave our fountain alone.

As l had assumed, the fountain in Laura Place has been turned off while engineers try to deal with the … More

Clean sheet for laundry.

It might just be a building housing the city laundry, but that didn’t prevent the craftsmen who erected this 19th … More

Not good enough Bath.

This is a picture – l am afraid – that says it all about Bath at the moment. It cannot … More

Walking into history.

Found myself at the Bath Royal Literary and Scientific Institution yesterday to talk to the first group of people who … More