Here’s another favourite story of mine – this time from March, 2013. I am still hoping that enough interest … More
Tag: Bath and North East Somerset
What’s the BIG idea?
The local group who say they want to kick national party politics out of the Bath’s Guildhall say they have … More
There’s something ‘BIG’ in the neighbourhood….
…… And it’s certainly likely to spook members of existing polical groups who will be doing battle – at next … More
B&NES stands to lose six councillors.
The voters of Bath and North East Somerset could be electing six fewer local councillors when they go to the … More
New bus contracts awarded
New contracts, to run many council-supported bus services in Bath and North East Somerset, have been awarded following a public … More
Should this be City Hall?
Should Bath get back its city council status and the North East Somerset part of B&NES merge with North Somerset? … More
When is bridge to be repaired?
A plea from a Bath mum for contractors to get on with repairing the stone ‘lodge’ at the London Road … More
Cycle race guaranteed bumpy finish!
There’s a certain irony in the fact that Bath is hosting the first ever Saturday night stage of The Tour … More
The ‘forgotten’ Bath bridge.
Plenty of new tree planting underway down at the newly named ‘Bath Quays’ site where a ‘re-defining’ of the river … More
Park & Ride East to go ahead.
So now we know. B&NE’s inner Cabinet have selected their chosen location for an east of Bath Park & Ride … More
Council faces biggest financial squeeze in years.
Bath and North East Somerset Council is looking to have to take some tough decisions if it is to balance … More
Have your say on Devolution deal.
Public consultation on the creation of a new West of England Mayoral Combined Authority (MCA) – including how this combined … More
Breathe New Life Into an Old Place – Make It a Heritage Action Zone
Heritage England is hoping its can help local communities harness history to encourage sustainable economic development and community life. On … More
Let your new lights shine.
Bath Abbey’s nickname of being ‘The Lantern of the West’ refers to its many giant windows and the light shining … More
Neighbourhood Plan for Walcot Street traders.
Bath gallery owner Jenny Pollitt took her local MP on a walkabout yesterday – in the company of other traders, … More
Hedgemead Park “neglected”
Parks are under pressure as local authorities everywhere look for means of saving money as central government cuts the amount … More
Now you see it and now you don’t.
My first real venture into town since the onset of shingles and time to catch up on a few city … More
Party at the Pools
in Bath, the Cleveland Pools Trust has organised a day of celebrations to mark the bicentenary of Britain’s oldest surviving … More