A crane escort for last of the Sparrow brothers.

The funeral cortege of Bath businessman and last-surviving Sparrow brother, Gordon Sparrow, makes its way to Haycombe Cemetery, Bath today … More

Facing up to economic facts – which way should B&NES look?

Are we in or are we out? Sounds like Brexit versus Stronger in Europe – but this time around we … More

Rail reconstruction gets underway through Bath in 2017.

A new word has entered our local vocabulary in the last couple of years. It’s ‘t-pod’ and it is a … More

Bristol/Bath rail closure over Easter.

Bath & North East Somerset Council is urging commuters to plan ahead to during the forthcoming closure of the railway … 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

Holburne hosts free lecture on slave trade

  Bristol’s role played in the transatlantic slave trade – and its regional implications – will be the subject of … More

The very real message of the ‘ghost’ bike

Bath is a World Heritage city with a major traffic problem. Anything that can be done to encourage people to … More

Lights and locomotives in Sydney Gardens

The Virtual Museum of Bath hears Sydney Gardens might be getting public lighting at last. Looks like they will be … More

Getting to know you

World War Two bombing and 1970’s re-development were the last major events to change the look of the Green Park … More

Bath on the Rails

A treasure trove of iconic railway posters, paintings and 19th century prints will be celebrated at Bath & North East Somerset … More

Praise for the man who helped restore Bath’s Spa.

Bath and North East Somerset Council has been paying its condolences to the family of Dr. Geoffrey Kellaway – the … More

Meet the Bouchards!

It’s certainly an unusual setting in which to meet a father and daughter duo of artists – with very different … More

Parking fee for cycles?

Bath‘s traffic problems are huge. You cannot make the roads any bigger so the sensible course of action seems to … More

Bath mosaic gets Bristol showing

Just for a change l am about to promote an event at a museum which is not within Bath and … More

Latest development plans for riverside to go on show

Plans for the next stage of the redevelopment of the Western Riverside will go on show within the old Green … More

Civic honours for Bath rail writer

A successful local author has unveiled his 96th book with a launch event at Radstock Museum supported by the Chairman of … More

A lesson in local history.

    Hidden away inside an old school on Bath‘s Upper Bristol Road is a collection of fascinating artefacts that, … More

The man who put Orpheus together again!

The Virtual Museum is carrying several stores about Roman mosaics discovered around Bath.This is the second account of the fabulous … More