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

Thanks for believing in us.

A big ‘thank you’ this afternoon – to all those people who supported the campaign to save Bath’s open air … More

He’s back!

Bath’s Head of Heritage Services, Stephen Bird has completed his sponsored walk to raise money for the Roman Bath’s Archway … More

Lottery funding for Bath landscape.

Bath really is the city with the green fringe around the top. Topographically speaking we really are blessed to be … More

Mending the cracks in our history.

Phase One of Bath Abbey’s multi-million-pound Footprint Project has involved the lifting of several hundred memorial stones from the floor … More

Fingers crossed for Sydney Gardens.

Friends and suppporters of Sydney Gardens – one of Bath’s most historic city parks – are hoping it will be … More

What future for Beckford’s Tower?

Next time you take a stroll to the bottom of your garden spare a thought for wealthy 19th century Bath … 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

‘Lifeline’ for Cleveland Pools?

Seems all is not lost when it comes to the restoration of Bath’s historic Cleveland Pools – following a meeting … More

What Cleveland Pools Trust want for Christmas.

Don’t know what you’re hoping Santa brings you for Christmas but l do know supporters of the Cleveland Pools Trust … More

A temple of convenience.

Bath’s Sydney Gardens has a long and illustrious history. Laid out as commercially-run 18th century pleasure grounds –  in which … More

That’s the way to do it! The re-birth of Weston-super-Mare’s Town Museum.

More than two and a half thousand people turned up last Saturday ( August 26th) to look around the newly-reopened … More

Let’s be seated.

Good to see the benches in Sydney Gardens are getting the repair ‘promised’ in labels stuck onto their previously much-battered … More

Stand by Bath – for the ‘battle’ of the pews.

Bath Abbey’s plans to permanently remove the 19th-century pews in the church nave – after the floor has been repaired … More

Giving thanks for the memories.

National Lottery funding to capture a century’s memories A community project to mark the First World Ware Centenary is being … More

Uncovering the past as part of Abbey’s future.

It’s going to be church business as usual inside Bath Abbey over the coming months – and years – as … More

Bath’s 2017 is going to be Crescent shaped.

On May 19th, 1767 the foundation stone was laid for the construction of what many would now consider to be Bath’s … More

Stones recording at Bath Abbey.

Thought that might make you take a look at this story – but this has nothing to do with a … More