The story below first appeared on Bath Newseum back in 2012 – when this blog was known as the Virtual … More
A living ‘museum’ of Bath’s history and heritage.
Lin steals the show at Combined Authority’s first meeting.
Congratulations to B&NES Councillor Lin Patterson for stealing the limelight at the first meeting of the West of England Combined … More
My iPhone is my ever-ready, portable and easily accessible camera and it is amazing what catches the eye. Decided to … More
Perking up the parks.
Bath & North East Somerset Council is investing £115,000 on improving facilities on some of the area’s play parks. The … More
Bath MP’s vision for city courts.
Bath’s MP Ben Howlett secured a Commons debate to discuss the proposed closure of many courts and tribunal services across … More
Where exactly do you want to ‘park and ride?’
The public consultation on possible sites for a new park and ride to the East of Bath has been opened … More
Name that bridge
Six designs for a new bridge across the River Avon are to be unveiled as part of an international design … More
No return to Avon
Greater powers – yes – but we don’t want Avon back again. That’s the mission statement of the Leader of … More
Trains back for September 1st.
You’ll get your railway back on September 1st – that’s still the promise from Network Rail while contractors are hard … More
Bath track lowering enters final week.
Network Rail gave themselves around six weeks to lower the rail track around Bath – ready for the electrification programme … More
The Monastic Community at Downside Abbey have organised a week of special events to celebrate a thousand years of Benedictine … More
New bike hire launches next week!
Bath’s new bike hire scheme will officially launch on next Tuesday – 17th June – with a Bike Parade being … More
Acclaimed pianist in Abbey concert
The internationally renowned virtuoso Peter Donohoe will be performing Beethoven’s extraordinary 4th Piano Concerto as part of a concert being … More
Holburne hosts free lecture on slave trade
Bristol’s role played in the transatlantic slave trade – and its regional implications – will be the subject of … More
Larkhall residents asked to raise a glass to help keep their public loos!
Larkhall is not losing its loos after all. Under a new contract from Bath & N E Somerset Council, toilet … More
Presents with a personal touch.
Bath Library is organising a couple of Christmas Craft Markets on Saturday the 7th and Saturday 14th of December from … More
Christmas market opens!
Some early pictures from today as the clock struck ten and the Christmas Market swung into action. We have the … More
Only the best for Bath!
Bath Christmas Market opens to shoppers today – Thursday 28th November. Already the porta-loos have been position by Parade Gardens, roads … More