It might not be the biggest museum in the country but Bath’s Herschel Museum of Astronomy can still punch above … More
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Get the facts right.
Seems one of the things being discussed at some local election public meetings has not gone down well with the … More
Focus on Georgian ‘selfies.’
Bath’s premier period house – No 1 Royal Crescent – is currently showing its visitors that the whole social … More
New ‘hangings’ at No 1
A private collector has generously loaned two large portraits to No. 1 Royal Crescent. They are of Peter and Amy … More
Making time for history
Bath Preservation Trust is on the look-out for volunteers who want to get involved in promoting some of the city’s … More
Trust say financial risk too great to pursue fight against Cricket Club scheme.
Bath Preservation Trust (BPT) has decided it’s too big a financial risk to proceed further with its fight for a … 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
In loving memory.
While l am pleased B&NES have managed to get the Laura Place foumntain working again, regular followers of Bath Newseum … More
Bath Preservation Trust support for Clean Air Zone.
Bath Preservation Trust has come out in support of the proposal by B&NES to introduce a Clean Air Zone in … More
Bath’s wonder woman!
Putting aside its World Heritage status – earned for Roman remains and Georgian architecture – Bath can also boast of … More
CPRE President in Bath
Emma Bridgewater – President of the Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE) – is coming to Bath next month. She’ll … More
Trust calls for action to determine historic building’s future.
A call for action in determining the future of the old King Edward’s Junior School building in Bath’s Broad Street … More
Doing it for love NOT money!
Bath Preservation Trust – with its various city museums – would be the first to admit just how important volunteers … More
Time for a coach congestion charge says BPT.
B&NES new coach parking strategy for the city comes under fire – from heritage watchdogs – Bath Preservation Trust – … More
A new look to Gravel Walk!
What a difference a week makes. Seems efforts by The Circus Area Residents Association, local Councillor Andrew Furse and B&NES … More
Does ‘The Min’ matter?
A ‘call to arms’ – from Bath Preservation Trust – for other heritage groups to join them in persuading B&NES … More
Picnic in the Park.
Bet you’ve never thought about the Royal Crescent as Bath’s largest open air theatre or had the opportunity to step … More
A view of the Crescent
Would Bath’s iconic Royal Crescent have made a good Council House? Can you still see the spot where a wartime bomb … More