Some of you may have seen coverage in last week’s Bath Chronicle of a walk-about l did, with journalist Nancy … More
Conversations with a cushion.
I won’t forget my first ever visit to an annual general meeting of Bath and North East Somerset Council. I … More
Not good enough Bath.
This is a picture – l am afraid – that says it all about Bath at the moment. It cannot … More
More CAZ sweeteners and a solo protest
A one-year free park and ride scheme aimed at low-income households, families with children and regular commuters is one idea … More
Town Hall of Bath?
Time for Bath’s Guildhall to be renamed. What’s wrong with plain old Town Hall? After all, the historical name is … More
Let’s build it lower – new stadium plans on view.
Bath Rugby Club is back with a new public consultation regarding its multi-million pound re-development plans for the stadium – … More
Good news for Larkhall cyclists.
Well the bike stands might be disappearing from outside the Guildhall but better news this morning for Larkhall in Bath. … More
Spot the difference?
Not sure if those clever people inside Bath’s Guildhall are playing a game of ‘spot the difference’ with their citizens, … More
Back in July B&NES made a big ‘drum-banging’ announcement that the first person had been issued with a £150 fine … More
Free tickets released for TEDxBath live stream
A live stream to Bath Guildhall will allow more people to participate in the inaugural TEDxBath and ‘Light up the … More
Welcome, Mr Mayor!
It’s an odd little ceremony which took place in the city’s Abbey on Saturday morning. A 500-year-old building which was … More
Raise a flag for Bath
Back in the 18th century, when Thomas Baldwin built the Guildhall, Bath was very much a city in its own … More
Come talk about clean air.
The first set of events for people wanting to find out more about plans for a Clean Air Zone … More
Go fix your flags!
The red, white and blue of our Union flag was imprinted upon my brain at an early age. I was … More
How much to fly the flag?
Despite the fact it looks as if the Union flag on top the Guildhall has been the victim of council … More
The ultimate council cut?
Nothing says budget cuts more vividly than half a Union flag fluttering above the Guildhall in Bath today. Despite extensive … More
Is it time to sell the ‘family jewels?’
A congestion charge and a tourist tax on hotel beds are just two suggestions l would like to put into … More
Busy day talking about Bath.
A busy day at the Bath City C conference yesterday. It was the sixth annual meeting held at the Guildhall … More