The Herschel Museum of Astronomy may still be closed but that won’t stop it launching its Summer Programme of solar and stargazing in the back garden! As Bath Preservation Trust museums emerge from lockdown and […]
Elsewhere on this ‘home’ page is a story (‘Don’t miss out on having a voice‘) in which B&NES is urging residents to check they are on the electoral register so they can take part in […]
The re-opening of Bath’s Odeon cinema complex seems to have hit a hitch. In an online message, to its subscribers, Odeon Cinemas says: ‘We’ve been working hard to get our cinemas ready to reopen safely. […]
Two Bath museums are to benefit from the emergency arts & culture sector funding – being distributed by Arts Council England. The Holburne Museum has been awarded £33,173 and the Museum of Bath at Work […]
Numbers 8 and 9 New Bond Street used to house the Brillig Arts Centre – set up by the late Karl Jaeger back in the mid-1970s – and at a time when the building was […]
Hows about helping to get Bath back on track – following lockdown – and display some artistic talent too! The Bath Business Improvement District – in conjunction with Bounce Back Bath and Minuteman Press – […]
Welcome to a rather wet Wednesday. Didn’t stop me walking or talking! Hear more about some of today’s stories by clicking below.
Keep up the good work, says our local authority, as residents are being encouraged to continue to explore Bath and North East Somerset’s beautiful open spaces as lockdown eases. For many people walks and family […]
It’s the 7th of the 7th and this morning’s walk gives me time to reflect on our addiction to the internet, Bath’s buried history and a family loss.
Took these pictures just after 10 am this Monday morning in Abbey Church Yard. The staff at the Roman Baths wearing visors and visitors appearing to get a timed and pre-booked entry to a one-way […]