A plea from B&NES to residents to make sure hedges they own next to pavements are cut back to help pedestrians to social distance. Overgrown hedges, trees and other vegetation can significantly reduce the amount […]
Charles Curnock – a former Administrator and Director of Bath Abbey’s Footprint Project – has been honoured by the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, with The Canterbury Cross. He’s amongst the recipients of what is […]
What now for Bath’s tourism and hospitality industry as the sector begins to carefully open for business? It’s a vital element of the city and its economy, but how will it adapt to the changes […]
Don’t forget the Holburne Museum reopens on Sunday, July 5th with the good news that the current Grayson Perry: The Pre-Therapy Years exhibition has been extended until January 3rd next year. Museum Director Chris Stephens […]
I can almost smell the perfume. It’s a photo – taken with pride – by regular contributor Terry Basson – who writes: ‘ Oh, what a difficult year 2020 has turned out to be! Advice regarding sowing […]
A sad birthday anniversary and memories of someone else – from long ago – who was going to spend, spend and spend!
There’s no news yet on the future of this year’s Theatre Royal Christmas panto but, obviously, without real support or detailed guidance from the government, the situation for ALL theatres – closed by the pandemic […]
It’s not just my age that gets me out the bed at midnight!
A temporary parking ban is being enforced near a popular beauty spot in Saltford as part of measures by Bath & North East Somerset Council and Avon & Somerset Police to tackle anti-social behaviour as […]
The American Museum & Gardens has chosen July 4th – Independence Day – to reopen its glamourous exhibition, Night and Day: 1930s Fashion & Photographs, organised by the Fashion and Textiles Museum, London. Presented thematically, […]