It’s that faithful old fountain in Laura Place grabbing my attention again today but – while l still live in … More
Tag: Great Pulteney Street
More problems at The Corridor.
Wyatt’s windy walk this Saturday morning. Popped in for some quick shopping in time to catch some guys busy repairing … More
An eagle-eyed follower of this website has raised an issue regarding the work being done on Fitzroy House in Great … More
Pulling the plug for winter shut down.
The Laura Place fountain – just recently – would have been equally at home in the approach road to the … More
Bath’s empty basin.
Seems the Laura Place fountain has developed pump problems again. The basin has been drained and the fountain out of … More
No turf but plenty of tarmac.
Welcome to another Bath Newseum ‘vlog’ as a way of introducing you to a couple of new heritage stories coming … More
Bring back our cycle hoops.
Oh the irony of the top cycling Tour Series coming to Bath for ‘Round Six’ and the council enthusiasm for … More
Cycle race guaranteed bumpy finish!
There’s a certain irony in the fact that Bath is hosting the first ever Saturday night stage of The Tour … More
Paint it red.
Good to see some skilled local operatives from Royal Mail have been splashing some new Pillar Box Red paint on … More
Where’s your postal pride?
I have – in the past – spoken of the ‘plight’ of less-prestigious pillar boxes around the city of Bath. … More
Hit and runner damages Laura Place Fountain.
Oh dear! Got an idea that someone or something has collided with an edge of the Laura Place Fountain. The … More
I love the Royal Mail. I recently pointed out the difference in appearance of a Victoria Regina pillar mail box … More
A Hussar and a park called Henrietta.
Pulteney Bridge – one of Bath’s most iconic architectural set-pieces – was apparently designed to lead to even greater glories. … More
Solving a Pulteney Street mystery.
Architecturally speaking, Great Pulteney Street is one of Bath’s great set pieces and has to rank among Britain’s finest formal … More
Pavement poems and yellow blobs!
Nice touch – l think – at the New Bond Street end of Milsom Street where poetry has been etched … More
Bath’s famous for its buskers – though not everyone is happy about the amplifiers they are taking in tow around … More
Christmas Eve brought blue skies and calmer and colder weather after the deluge of the previous storm-filled day. It also … More
Lights up Bath
I have seen a lantern procession before – a couple of hundred kids and their parents and grandparents climbing up … More