Here’s another story from the past. Today’s Look Back surrounds the redevelopment of the Saw Close -back in 2015 … More
Shame about the Saw Close.
Am l alone in being very disappointed by the recently ‘re-imagined’ Saw Close – an historic open space which lies … More
Watch your step!
Bath’s Saw Close has a long and not always noble history. It was where timber was sawn up for our … More
That’s the Saw Close demolition – now let’s build!
Demolition work on Bath’s Saw Close building site is coming to an end with the actual start of constructing a … More
Line of Bath’s Roman wall confirmed.
As a member of the Mayor of Bath’s Guild of Honorary Guides, l have been telling groups of tourists for … More
Bath’s Palace Theatre takes its final bow.
The next major stage in the re-development of the old Palace Theatre site in Bath’s historic Saw Close got underway … More
Goodbye to the old Saw Close garage.
The Virtual Museum was on hand this morning (Monday, January 18th, 2016) to witness the start of the demolition of … More
Into safe keeping
Into safe keeping – as part of the city’s history and heritage. Theatre posters and letters found under the floorboards … More
Norman masonry, gin shaker and putting archaeology to bed.
I was on hand – earlier today (Wednesday, November 25th) – to watch contractors put a little part of Bath’s … More
Meet the Archaeologists
Saw Close Open Day, Saturday 31 October 2015, 10am-2pm This month Cotswold Archaeology, in association with Deeley Freed Estates and … More
Clay pipes, casino and Saw Close dig.
I am pleased to hear that Cotswold Archaeology will be handling an archaeological dig in Bath’s Saw Close where work … More