New eye on Bath

The city of Bath is a major tourist magnet – drawing in around four and a half million visitors each year … More

Gull slow down

People power is apparently helping Bath & North East Somerset Council to win the war on gulls. A concerted effort … More

Have your say on new Archway Centre

Residents and community representatives are being invited to share their ideas for the proposed new Archway Centre in Bath. An … More

Holburne takes flight!

Starting this week – artist Laura Ellen Bacon will transform the facade of the Holburne Museum with an intricate yet … More

First ‘green’ Western

‘We’re about to put Brunel back into his railway’ said the man from First Great Western when we started chatting … More

Fund raising dip into bathing history.

Bath Spa University students and other ‘brave’ supporters of the Cleveland Pools Project took part in a fashion show with a difference … More

Celebrate World Heritage Day in Bath

Prior Park Landscape Garden will be playing host to Bath’s World Heritage Day celebrations today – Sunday April 19th. This … More

Bike stands and benches.

Bath seems to be developing a major outbreak of bike-stand-and-bench-itis. It IS good to see even more parking facilities for … More

Changing fashions

Visitors to Bath & North East Somerset Council’s Fashion Museum can glimpse a dramatic transformation taking place later this month. … More

Keeping Bath on the move!

Conservative councillors are calling upon Bath and North East Somerset Council to do more to keep Bath moving during the … More

‘Rogues gallery’ goes on-line.

Embezzlement, theft, burglary, pickpocketing and begging: all these crimes and more are to be found in the records of Bath … More

‘Bake Off’ venue to host weddings!

More and more venues in Bath and North East Somerset are saying “I Do” when it comes to hosting weddings … More

Off the streets & into the kitchen?

My thanks to Virtual Museum follower Terry James for this image. A sign painted on a Georgian house in Gay’s … More

Sign of the times!

Larkhall is one Bath community that can still proudly boast that it has three pubs along its ‘main road’ and … More

Pride of place for Jane

Bath isn’t exactly well-blessed with public statues on plinths. Many – like Queen Victoria – cling to the side of … More

Practice makes perfect for city attractions.

The team behind Bath & North East Somerset Council’s top heritage attractions has been awarded a prestigious accolade for Customer … More

Mixed fortunes for West attractions

Mixed fortunes – attendance-wise – amongst our local museums and art galleries during 2012 according to Visit England’s annual Survey … More

Old soldiers……

Well l was going to have a go at B&NES for being so un-cycle-friendly in posting notices on its Guildhall … More