Oh what a night!

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

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…

Gasworks gathering

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

The missing plaque.

Yesterday, Wednesday, May 11th, marked 1,049 years since King Edgar was crowned as the first king of all England at…

A fun way to raise funds

Good to hear the annual supporters of the Holburne Museum plant sale went well last Sunday. Chair Jonathan Davis tells…

Our new wildlife haven

Just a little shout out to the folks who have given their time to create ‘St Saviour’s Little Park’ in…

Spotted

Western Power has been spotted near the arid Laura Place Fountain. Once they have done their connections – let it…

‘Kids United’

Eleven of Bath’s secondary schools have united to create a unique choir of young people who are creating and performing…

Let it grow.

One new sapling amongst the troubled others on the central island at the city end of the London Road. Here’s…

Helping Bath bloom

Bumped into some bath in Bloom volunteers busy clearing weeds and rubbish from the community garden at the city end…

Uke Can’t Be Serious

This enthusiastic group of Ukelele players are currently representing Bath in our ‘twin city’ of Aix en Provence at their…

Jubilee celebrations

So far 53 street parties have been planned in Bath and North East Somerset to help celebrate the Queen’s Platinum…

Almost open for business

The barriers have come down at the Stall Street end of York Street today as works to improve the surface…

Catch-up time

Today saw the start of countless graduation ceremonies to be held by the University of Bath over the coming months.…

Bath through Geoff’s lens

Before the flood prevention scheme, it was not unusual for Southgate Street to be flooded by the River Avon which…