Well the bike stands might be disappearing from outside the Guildhall but better news this morning for Larkhall in Bath. … More
I don’t know about the rest of the residents in this rat-run of a street but l have had enough! … More
Maid in Bath.
Later next month a new piece of artwork is set to be installed at Crest Nicholson’s Bath Riverside development and … More
Let’s talk Bath transport!
Bath’s MP Wera Hobhouse will be in Larkhall in March – attending an open meeting where you can have your … More
How money seems to be wasted. This was the first bus stop along St Saviours Road in Larkhall where you … More
Larkhall Playground mystery solved!
I’m about to solve a little mystery that has been puzzling parents in Bath’s Larkhall district. People have been wondering … More
Would a walk to school zone ease the jams?
A 500 metre wide zone around local schools – in which children are persuaded to walk or cycle to school … More
A fairer share of Bath buses?
Getting around inner city Bath has not been easy of late with traffic greatly affected by the resurfacing work in … More
Good news for rusting Larkhall play area
At last some good news regarding a pile of rusting childrens’ play equipment in Larkhall that is sadly in need … More
Smoothing the way through Larkhall.
What a difference a new road surface makes! Here’s the main road – St Saviour’s – into the ‘village’ of … More
Use cash from Park and Ride to mend our roads!
Here’s a close-up of the surface of at least part of St Saviours Road running into Larkhall. It’s typical of a … More
New life for Larkhall loo!
A former public convenience in Larkhall has been given a new lease of life thanks to Bath & North East … More
A former public loo in Larkhall is being given a new lease of life thanks to Bath & North East Somerset … More
Larkhall Carnival memories
The recent annual Larkhall Festival has brought back memories for one former resident.. The Virtual Museum was contacted by Mr … More
Paving the way for Bath’s visitors.
Nice to welcome a new contributor to the Virtual Museum of Bath. Ken Tatem is a local historian who retired … More
The Larkhall pub that vanished?
The annual Larkhall Festival came and went last week-end. Yours Truly enjoyed his two minutes in the spotlight cutting the … More
After more than a year of discussion and planning by the Lambridge Independent Councillors Dave Laming and Bryan Chalker work … More
Sign of the times!
Larkhall is one Bath community that can still proudly boast that it has three pubs along its ‘main road’ and … More