Just spent a very pleasant morning with a bunch of enthusiastic volunteers on the city end of the Kennet and … 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
Bath’s HMV store is closed.
Despite the company’s ‘rescue’ by Canadian firm Sunrise Records, it was sad to see Bath amongst the list of HMV … More
Mourning the loss of a park keeper.
Unfortunately this is what happens when you decide to ‘save’ money and dispense with the services of a park keeper. … More
A sunshine tour.
The hottest April day since 1949 and some good news amidst the sunshine. The fountain in Laura Place … More
There’s lights in that tunnel!
I didn’t actually see it cleaned but l did see the friendly guy – who basically makes up the B&NES … More
Time to take Bath back.
It’s good to be able to cycle along the Kennet and Avon Canal towpath again after grant money has been … More
My spies tell me there could be an announcement from B&NES before Christmas regarding the proliferation of A-boards in the … More
Oh what a Circus!
OMG! – as they say. Have we really woken up to this colourful ‘nightmare’ in Bath’s historic Circus? Despite the … More
Interesting to note that while the Daily Telegraph continues to sponsor its very worthy annual Bath Festival of Children’s Literature … More
Damage in Sydney Gardens
It’s good to know Bath has a reputation for talented artists and great to visit local exhibitions to view their … More