It’s a wrap

The party’s over as they say. Filming comes to an end at the Assembly Rooms on scenes for a ‘period … More

Put your business on a bike

Businesses, retailers and voluntary organisations in Bath are being encouraged to trial the use of electric cargo bikes for local … More

Spare our trees say residents.

Photos:James Thorne Concern is being expressed by residents living near Bath’s famous Royal Crescent, about pruning work being carried out … More

Gull count underway

Bath & North East Somerset Council will be carrying out a ‘gull count’ this month to pinpoint how many gulls … More

Up and up

West of England households have come under further pressure from price increases after inflation hits a 40-year-high, as the cost-of-living … More

Top-end steamer

Photo: Rob Coles Good news for all you lovers of steam. Rob Coles tells me: “The Belmond Pullman is coming … More

Festival boosts economy.

Good to hear how strong an economic difference the opening events in this year’s Bath Festival made to the city. … More

Oh what a night!

What a queue there was last night waiting for the doors to open at St Swithins Church for one of … More

A crackerjack of a show!

I couldn’t attend the preview party for this year’s Bath Society of Artists open exhibition at the Victoria Art Gallery … More

Gasworks gathering

The latest proposals for the former Bath Gasworks site will go on display to the public over three days at … More

Talented students gather

Students from schools across the region will be gathering at Royal High School Bath on Wednesday 18 May for a … More