Jane Austen’s Bath is the title of a new exhibition which will run at Bath & North East Somerset Council’s … More
Bath heritage goes Google!
It was nice to see that a huge international corporation like Google still felt the need to call on a bit … 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
One of Bath’s most historic thoroughfares has been included in a study which has identified the fifty greatest streets in … 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
If two days of solid rain wasn’t enough – the sight of some of Bath‘s floral display holders, now bare … 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
Reflecting on its future?
The image is of Britain’s first open-air lido and a Georgian one to boot! It’s Cleveland Pools – opened in … More