No 4

Bath has hidden historic gems – as well as its big architectural set pieces. One of them is the restored … More

Riverbank gives up more secrets

Bath Newseum has made its final trip to the rescue archaeology underway beside the River Avon at Broad Quay in … More

Autumn turn off.

When do you know that summer is officially over. Forget the Autumn Equinox and just look out for those very … More

A penny for your thoughts?

B&NES has big plans for making historic Sydney Gardens more ’21st century’ friendly. That’s if the council is successful in … More

Empire building

Bath’s continued faith in its tourist industry is born out by plenty of evidence of new hotel building in the … More

Railside bloomers.

Crest Nicholson – the developers who are rapidly transforming Bath’s  Western Riverside from industrial brownfield to a major housing development … More

Park plot to stay

Looks like B&NES have had a change of heart over their original intention to move a vegetable plot feature on … More

Bath Spa station closure expected during April, 2017

I am hearing the next period of major rail disruption for Bath is currently expected to come during April next … More

Bath business getting behind Big Bath City Bid

Representatives from Bath’s business community have come together to show support for the Big Bath City Bid and to encourage … More

Good news for rusting Larkhall play area

At last some good news regarding a pile of rusting  childrens’ play equipment in Larkhall that is sadly in need … More

Bath MP discusses relief road for the city.

Bath MP, Ben Howlett took up the case of a relief road for the city when he met the new … More

It’s a green light for Archway Project.

Not surprisingly perhaps, B&NES has given its  Archway Project – which includes the creation of a new Learning Centre for … More

Living legacy to mark WW 1 Centenary

Firs Field at the heart of Combe Down is to be protected forever by Bath & North East Somerset Council … More

Torch-lit Baths attract record crowds

Torchlit Summer Evenings at the Roman Baths attracted record visitor numbers this year. There were more than 40,000 evening visitors … More

Industrial Heritage Day

  The seventh annual Bath Industrial Heritage Day is being held at Bath City Football Club in Twerton today – … More

Take a look at what’s beneath your feet.

Visitors to the Roman Baths can now explore locations around the perimeter of the historic site where ancient remains and … More

B&NES hosts Museums Week this October half-term

This October half-term, visitors to museums in Bath and North East Somerset can enjoy a host of special events and … More

Why Sir James might like to be known as Dyson the ‘bag’ man?

A walk up the London Road into town today finds the same weekly refuse day collection mess on the doorstep … More