A call for action in determining the future of the old King Edward’s Junior School building in Bath’s Broad Street … More
Tag: English Heritage
Bath’s canal illuminations.
Here’s the sort of amazing lighting effect you can capture if you happen to be in this Kennet and Avon … More
When cabbages flourished in the Royal Crescent
English Heritage is publishing a book of aerial photographs of Britain in the 20th century which shows the changing social, … More
Bath students set it in stone
Talented stone conservation students from City of Bath College have helped to save a Grade II* listed building that was … More
Somerdale scheme gets go-ahead!
Looks like the green light has been given for the biggest residential and commercial development in Keynsham for a long … More
Decision day for Keynsham?
Bath and North East Somerset councillors meet this Wednesday – September 25th – to consider a planning application from Taylor … More
The world in miniature
It was built as a church school, then used by local artists but now the 3,000 square feet of internal … More
Rail relics recognised
English Heritage has been making headlines just recently helping to do its bit for England‘s railway history. In a joint … More
Little ‘lost’ Lido
I want to write in support of a remarkable survivor – a Georgian gem in our midst that isn’t as … More
‘Raiding’ the Green Belt.
This year marks the 40th anniversary of the publication of ‘The Sack of Bath‘ – a fierce and angry polemic … More