Ducks swimming amongst plastic waste, unplanted and weed-filled flower beds and dried up water courses. Just some of the issues … More
Tag: Cllr Paul Crossley
We won’t sell the ‘family silver’ says councillor.
Bath’s world famous Fashion Museum could well be homeless in a couple of years but any thought of parting with … More
Conversations with a cushion.
I won’t forget my first ever visit to an annual general meeting of Bath and North East Somerset Council. I … More
Turning Bath orange.
Bath will be turning orange in the middle of July – but it won’t be the effects of the Summer … More
Bath business getting behind Big Bath City Bid
Representatives from Bath’s business community have come together to show support for the Big Bath City Bid and to encourage … More
Dutch pupils learn new sports in Bath.
A group of Dutch school students have been learning traditional English sports for the first time, thanks to a new … More
The best little city in the world – says new Mayor of Bath
I’m proud to be taking on this office in ‘the best little city in the world’ – said the man … More
Mayor Making Ceremony open to all.
Saturday – June the 4th – sees the annual Mayor Making Ceremony being held in Bath and Cllr Paul Crossley becoming … More
Skate Park for Alice!
Bath & North East Somerset Council is seeking the views of local people about a new skate park at Alice … More
Remembrance services information.
The Chairman of Bath & North East Somerset Council, Councillor Martin Veal, will attend this year’s Remembrance Day service at … More
How loo can you get!
Not everyone is happy with the decision by B&NES to contract out its public conveniences to a private company who … More
Work starts at Somerdale
The first sod has been cut to mark the beginning of works at leading homebuilder Taylor Wimpey’s forthcoming Somerdale development … More
Green flood defence working well
New ‘shaped’ landscaping which has been incorporated into the residential development now taking place at Western Riverside in Bath has … More
Summer 2015 misery for Bath rail users!
If the current weather conditions weren’t making it difficult enough for many rail users – if you’re a Bath commuter … More