A change of scene for Cherry.

She’s been Mayor of Bath, Chair of B&NES and a councillor serving the Combe Down Ward since 2007. Now l … More

Set in stone.

Almost a year ago l paid my first-ever visit to the Ralph Allen Cornerstone Interpretation Centre – the place that … More

Bath’s ‘Stone Age’ attraction.

We get something like four and a half million visitors a year in Bath but how many of them will … More

Living legacy to mark WW 1 Centenary

Firs Field at the heart of Combe Down is to be protected forever by Bath & North East Somerset Council … More

A little bit of Bath goes a long way!

Hidden from the roadside in the bowels of an old stone quarry in Combe Down is an engineering business that … More

Bath remembers…….

The Mayor of Bath’s Office has issued details for the City of Bath Remembrance Sunday Parade and Service on 8 … More

At your convenience?

The closure of public toilets in Weston, Larkhall, Combe Down, Twerton and Peasedown St John are to be brought forward … More

Open door on history.

People can explore some fascinating historical artefacts at open days being organised by Bath & North East Somerset Council as … More

All that Jazz – Roman style

Visitors to Bath & North East Somerset Council’s Roman Baths can enjoy a torch-lit evening of music from across the … More

Champers and Frocks

Champagne tasting and Georgian dancing are on offer for one night only at Bath‘s Fashion Museum this month. To celebrate … More

Kremlin Museums delegation in Bath

A delegation of museum experts from Russia has been learning about Bath’s  heritage attractions as part of a visit designed … More

Roman Baths get the luck of the Irish!

  The Roman Baths has been rated by its visitors as one of the UK’s best tourism attractions. For the … More

What the Dickens.

While you won’t find much in the way of public statuary on the streets of Bath there is the gem … More

A plug for the Roman Baths.

  The Roman Baths have been named as a finalist in the Large Visitor Attraction of the Year category of … More

Slow down for safety.

Residents are being asked their views on a proposed 20 mph scheme for Bathampton, Batheaston, Bathford, and Beckford Gardens as … More