Up and out extra early this Monday morning. Where was l at the weekend, and why do l sometimes hope for an alien invasion? Plus why parking spaces are becoming unfit for purpose. PS. Is […]
My thanks to ‘Woody’ Woodman for the following critique of my early morning walks. ‘Strangely loving your early morning videos so much, that after the non-appearance on Thurs, I began to worry about your trip […]
The story below first appeared on Bath Newseum back in 2012 – when this blog was known as the Virtual Museum of Bath. I am re-publishing in response to Woody Woodman – a follower who […]
August the First and today’s Wyatt’s Walks discusses whispering, white rabbits, hotel floorboards and Bath Abbey’s old altarpiece!
A month-long series of camps which will see young people ‘break free’ from lockdown isolation has got underway in Bath & North East Somerset. Summer Break Out enables children and young people, as well as […]
I am back in open countryside today, obsessed with my gadgets and wondering how future historians might view this period in our turbulent and seemingly negative history.
Sun is well up today as l set off on a Wyatt’s Walk. Not only am l much later, but it’s a change of direction too in an effort to uncover one of Bath’s rather […]
A major milestone has been reached in the construction of the Bath Quays Bridge, the first new crossing point to be installed across the River Avon in the city for a century. The final pile […]
New community wardens, improved pedestrian safety and better support for young people are among the city projects to share a £500,000 funding boost announced today by Bath & North East Somerset Council. The Neighbourhood Community […]
Middle of the week already and today’s early morning chat involves why l am excited to finally visit the dentist. There’s encouraging news on the local tourist front and the 39th anniversary of a fairy […]