Cleveland Pools restoration wins approval.

The Cleveland Pools Trust have just secured planning approval and listed buildings consent to restore the 200 year-old Georgian pools … More

B&NES now offering digital access to ancestral records.

Residents, or those with family or historic ancestral connections to the area, are now able to go online to access … More

Paving the way for Bath’s visitors.

Nice to welcome a new contributor to the Virtual Museum of Bath. Ken Tatem is a local historian  who retired … More

A Roman look at Bathwick

  During the winter months, Bath and Camden Archaeological Society holds a series of lectures at the Bath Royal Literary and Scientific … More

A Hussar and a park called Henrietta.

Pulteney Bridge – one of Bath’s most iconic architectural set-pieces – was apparently designed to lead to even greater glories. … More

Pavement puzzle.

Just days ago l was asking if anyone could solve the mystery of the initials ‘B.C’ carved into the front … More

‘B.C.’ was here!

The Virtual Museum bicycle had been dropped off at Take Charge Bikes on Bathwick Hill for essential brake repairs – … More

Puddings aid Pools.

What will they think of next! Ever eager to add a few pounds to their campaign to re-open Britain only … More

‘Doing the Pools’

We are not talking here of that old weekly ritual of getting eight football draws in a pools-coupon line but … More

The ‘Lido lads’

A unique riverside ‘chunk’ of Bath’s historic past is currently doing its bit to help two local schoolboys with their … More

In love with the Lido

Seems this year’s Heritage Open Days at Bath’s Cleveland Pools was a great success with 500 visitors visiting Britain’s only … More

Lido campaign takes to the river

Took a cruise up the River Avon from Pulteney Weir to Bathampton Mill weir and back again today  to see … More

Little ‘lost’ Lido

I want to write in support of a remarkable survivor – a Georgian gem in our midst that isn’t as … More

Hidden doors, street art and a ‘king’ gets his sign back!

I often cycle in from Larkhall along the Kennet and Avon Canal and down into the city through Sydney Gardens. … More