Here’s another favourite story of mine – this time from March, 2013. I am still hoping that enough interest … More
An artful way of telling Bath’s history.
We’re just weeks away from the official unveiling – in Bath – of a new piece of public sculpture … More
Coach ban signs go up.
Signs banning coaches from the Circus are finally going up today. My thanks to Richard Brown who is Vice Chair … More
Clean sheet for laundry.
It might just be a building housing the city laundry, but that didn’t prevent the craftsmen who erected this 19th … More
Not good enough Bath.
This is a picture – l am afraid – that says it all about Bath at the moment. It cannot … More
Circus coach ban at last!
After years and years of campaigning the residents of Bath’s iconic Circus have finally got their coach ban – albeit … More
World stage for local museum
Singer, songwriter and activist, Peter Gabriel may have helped make Bath’s (Little) Solsbury Hill world-famous but more recently he’s been … More
History – in the round.
There have been many artists – over the years – who have been inspired by ‘The Circus’ here in Bath. … More
Bath’s iron maiden is unveiled.
Residents of Bath’s newest residential quarter – the Crest Nicholson Riverside development – seem to have given a ‘thumbs up’ … More
Make it more of a People’s Museum?
It’s great that Bath has hot springs, Roman remains and Georgian architecture to bolster its prestige and provide a tourist … More
Stirrings at the Corn Market
Something is stirring amongst the stagnant scaffolding surrounding Bath’s 19th century Corn Market at the town end of Walcot Street. … More
More secrets from under the floor.
I find myself getting familiar with the ‘Scott Layer’ – a 1 metre thick layer of rubble under the floor … More
What future for Beckford’s Tower?
Next time you take a stroll to the bottom of your garden spare a thought for wealthy 19th century Bath … More
Museum of Bath Architecture announces photo competition.
Architectural Photographer of the Year 2018 Architecture is all around us; virtually everywhere we go there is some kind of … More
All will be revealed.
Prepare for the east end of Bath Abbey to disappear behind hoarding in about six weeks or so as building … More
Bridge crack? We’re keeping an eye on it says Council.
Well, l have finally had my official answer from B&NES regarding the sorry state of the stone balustrade alongside Pulteney … More
Bath Rugby appoint architects for new stadium.
The architectural firm responsible for designing the contemporary part of Bath’s Thermae Spa will be back in the city … More
Classic look at architecture – in miniature.
The city’s iconic Royal Crescent is celebrating its 250th anniversary this year and – as part of a whole year … More