My personal thoughts on life and the universe, at the start of a new week. Can l just make it clear – as it was early in the morning and the brain needs warming – […]
Bath Preservation Trust’s museums may be currently closed but that hasn’t stopped them engaging with people of all ages via social media. I spotted a tweet – on Twitter – from the Herschel Museum – […]
Independence Day – on both sides of the Atlantic? Plus – why misting is a problem when playing it safe. Today’s Wyatt’s Walkie Talkie.
Significant policing, environmental health inspections and support from street marshals are among measures being put in place in Bath city centre this weekend as the easing of the lockdown comes into effect and the night-time […]
Tomorrow – Saturday, July 4th – sees children welcomed back to Bath & North East Somerset Council’s play areas and parents are being advised about the COVID-19 measures to help prevent the spread of the […]
Doors open from Monday too – at a very important local authority service. Residents will be welcomed back to Bath, Keynsham and Midsomer Norton libraries from Monday, July 6 with a limited and safe service […]
Popped into town on my bike to get some bread and eggs (broke two on the way back) and had a quick check on preparations at the Holburne Museum and at the Roman Baths. The […]
Took a break yesterday because of the rain but l was up and about today with thoughts on Bath coming back to life again.
Keynsham residents and businesses are being advised about a temporary closure of the High Street from July 13 to provide more space for social distancing. The road will be closed to vehicles every day between […]
Apex City of Bath Hotel will be opening its doors again for business on Monday, July 20th. The family-owned hotel group, which has 10 properties across the country, has confirmed the reopening of its portfolio […]