Re-visiting – Bath’s Viking history.

As l am somewhat cut off – and really relying on you lot out there to supply me with stories … More

Last post.

On May 16th, 1927, the Mayor of Bath, Cedric Chivers opened the newly-built Head Post Office. Standing proudly on the … More

Pools project appoints new director.

With 4.7 million pounds worth of HLF funding secured, Cleveland Pools Trust have appointed a new full-time to manage and … More

Coach ban signs go up.

Signs banning coaches from the Circus are finally going up today. My thanks to Richard Brown who is Vice Chair … More

Not good enough Bath.

This is a picture – l am afraid – that says it all about Bath at the moment. It cannot … More

Circus coach ban at last!

After years and years of campaigning the residents of Bath’s iconic Circus have finally got their coach ban – albeit … More

Focus on Georgian ‘selfies.’

  Bath’s premier period house – No 1 Royal Crescent – is currently showing its visitors that the whole social … More

Taking steps to secure a Walcot architectural wonder.

There’s one little piece of Bath’s Georgian heritage that literally leaves me breathless. It’s the passageway known as Walcot Steps … More

New ‘hangings’ at No 1

A private collector has generously loaned two large portraits to No. 1 Royal Crescent. They are of Peter and Amy … More

Bath’s Titanic survivor makes her mark.

Once a ‘Heritage Champion’ always a heritage champion it seems – even though ex councillor and mayor Bryan Chalker no … More

History – in the round.

There have been many artists  – over the years – who have been inspired  by ‘The Circus’ here in Bath. … More

It’s lift-off for the lido!

It just gets better and better. Hot on the heels of news that Bath’s Sydney Gardens has secured HLF funding, … More

Make it more of a People’s Museum?

It’s great that Bath has hot springs, Roman remains and Georgian architecture to bolster its prestige and provide a tourist … More

Holburne returns to charging.

Bath’s Holburne Museum has decided to re-introduce admission charges to all its galleries to help balance the books. You’ll be … More

On Parade.

Parks Department gardeners were hard at work again today getting plantings in Parade Gardens ready for this weekend’s big Bath … More

Two-way traffic’s back on Cleveland Bridge.

The temporary traffic lights – which caused rush-hour holdups on Cleveland Bridge – are now gone. Work on the damaged toll … More

Pools Trust is​ back in the swim.

It wasn’t the best of presents to receive just before Christmas. Cleveland Pools Trust and their many supporters ended 2017 … More

Turning the pages at Chapter One

Michael and Emma Heap at Chapter One Pub on the London Road – once upon a time the Hanover Hotel … More