Too high by far.

Good to know all the people moving into the new Holburne Park – the residential development of an old Warminster … More

Summer in the city

A quick look around Bath. Well done to the Genesis Trust and their volunteers for the makeover of the artist-designed … More

Bath, April 26th.

Bath doesn’t rate very well in the litter stakes with our streets way down the list for cleanliness – often … More

Nat Cross – Urban Farmer

It started out as just as a few fruit trees and a vegetable patch – but Nat Cross’s years of … More

Claverton makes the grade!

Some good news in from Peter Dunn who is Group Volunteer leader – representing a group of people who give … More

Taking a boat to work.

Just spent a very pleasant morning with a bunch of enthusiastic volunteers on the city end of the Kennet and … 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

This locks open!

Ever fancied peering down into the depths of the second deepest canal lock in the country? Well you don’t have … More

B&NES on the racks

Come off it B&NES. This is deprivation by stealth. Every time the bike rack hoops are removed for the annual … More

Historic canal under attack.

Always the same isn’t it? The week a vital member of staff takes a holiday, his services are suddenly urgently … More

Meeting to discuss bad behaviour on canal

Seems canal boaters, local councillors,  the police and other interested parties have met to discuss the ongoing problem of antisocial … More

Canal – a theme park? Turmoil at the tiller! Canal and River Trust statement released.

Is it time to introduce some sort of additional safeguards regarding the hiring of canal narrowboats to stag and hen … More

Looks like reindeer!

I am well aware that we have a national problem with trying to assist – and settle – our homeless … More

What future for the​ meadows?

Whitehall cut-backs in local government funding – and the increased demands on social services from us all living longer – … More

Bath’s first floating market underway.

Bath’s first-ever floating market is underway today, tomorrow and Monday at Darlington Wharf on the Kennet and Avon Canal. A … More


What is it about all these ‘offerings’ being made to the “Dog Poo Fairy?” I cycle through Sydney Gardens on … More

Taking a look at our city.

Your director often picks up a story about this World Heritage city of ours when he’s out and about in … More

Canal clean up – first phase completed!

If – like me – you are a regular user of Sydney Gardens you may have notice volunteers – working … More