Now and then – GWR style

I have just discovered where the old signal box was positioned at Bath Spa railway station. It’s thanks to a … More

Bath’s past helping its future.

Bath’s past has helped reduce the financial pressures on its future. Income generated by the city’s heritage attractions – alongside … More

Behind the scenes tours – Phase 2

As Bath Abbey’s Footprint Project moves into Phase 2, so does the ‘behind the scenes’ tours which enable people to … More

3D history

State of the art, 3D printing may be brought in to help bring the story of Bath up to date! … More

How heritage makes money.

Another record year for the city’s world-famous Roman Baths with 1,202,491 visitors generating ¬£23.3 million income and a surplus profit … More

We won’t sell the ‘family silver’ says councillor.

Bath’s world famous Fashion Museum could well be homeless in a couple of years but any thought of parting with … More

Bath’s new Mayor elected.

Bathonians got a chance to experience an annual display of civic pride today – Saturday, June 1st, – with the … More

We care too – says Council leader.

More affordable housing and cleaner streets – just two of the pledges made to Bath Newseum today when l got … More

Clean sheet for laundry.

It might just be a building housing the city laundry, but that didn’t prevent the craftsmen who erected this 19th … 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

Get the facts right.

Seems one of the things being discussed at some local election public meetings has not gone down well with¬† the … More

Pastor Kenny joins Parkside campaign.

Two neighbouring Bath establishments have joined forces in an effort to save the nearby Parkside Children’s Centre from demolition. B&NES … 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

Plaques to honour Stothert and Pitt

One of Bath’s biggest industrial names of the recent past looks likely to be properly acknowledged in the near future. … More

Ladies of Bath

A tour of many of Bath’s architectural and historical hi-lights with absolutely no charge. That has always been the mission … More

The people’s park.

A 21st century pleasure garden for all the community. That’s what Keith Rowe – Project Manager for the Sydney Gardens … More

Sunshine, and a blue sky lift.

Found myself pedalling hard up Widcombe Hill this morning on my way to meet a local historian called Alistair at … More