The tragic story behind Mary’s Garden.

At 5 am on Sunday morning, April 26th, 1942, 31 men, women and children were huddled together in a public … More

Wera’s stand against luxury flats at the Min.

There’s a rumour circulating that the historic Mineral Water Hospital Building in Upper Borough Walls has been ‘sold-on’ by its … More

Trust calls for action to determine historic building’s future.

A call for action in determining the future of the old King Edward’s Junior School building in Bath’s Broad Street … More

Old KES Junior School now secured!

Good to know they’ve sent someone in to secure this historic building once more – but it was a  shame … More

Wall of names finally reveals its story

The mystery of the names  – inscribed on the side wall of the old and derelict school building in Bath’s … More

Names on a Bath stone wall.

This is the sad and neglected Georgian building in Broad Street that was – for over two hundred years – … More

Rusty look preferred.

Week-end wanderings took me down to Green Park station where it’s good to see a development site nearing completion. For … More

‘Place’ mates!

‘There’s a place for us, Somewhere a place for us,’ sings Tony to Maria in the movie version of West … More

Raise a roar for Birnbeck!

The Victorian Society has just published a list of the top ten Victorian and Edwardian buildings ‘At Risk’  in this … More

A wife of Bath’s creative gift!

We’ve all been there. Sleepless nights deciding what extra-special present we can give our partner as a big anniversary surprise. … More

Ancient charter ‘on parade’

Joined the congregation at Bath Abbey today for the Founder’s Day service which is organised by King Edward’s School in … More