Meet the Bouchards!

It’s certainly an unusual setting in which to meet a father and daughter duo of artists – with very different … More

Musical memories

A pile of concert programmes has come into my possession and it’s an opportunity to share them with you in … More

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Nothing cheap about Bath

Bath has just been declared the second most expensive destination in the UK. A new survey made this announcement after … More

New Chairman for Friends of Bath Abbey

Retired engineer Professor Jeffrey Jupp has been appointed as chairman of The Friends of Bath Abbey. Professor Jupp recently took … More

Making life safer for cyclists & pedestrians

Measures to help free-up traffic flows and improve safety for pedestrians and cyclists at Windsor Bridge junction will be carried … More

Sack of Bath – revisited.

Forty years since first publication of The Sack of Bath, its author Adam Fergusson revisits our city and appeals again … More

Council ‘pruning’ hits flower displays.

Whilst l have been singing the praises of the floral displays in Bath’s Parade Gardens – seems council cut-backs are … More

Wellow artist wins award

Catherine Beale who lives in Wellow had both her portrait entries accepted this year by the Society of Women Artists … More

The canal-side pub that vanished.

I often cycle into town along the Kennet and Avon Canal tow-path and out through Sydney Gardens. My way onto … More

Wellow artist scores double honours!

  Catherine Beale who lives in Wellow and has recently opened her own gallery in Widcombe Parade has been doubly … More

We shall remember them.

The 4th of August 2014 will mark the 100th anniversary of the start of the First World War and – … More

Selling our city. Bath Tourism Plus out to get new business!

In a drive to encourage more high spending overseas visitors to the area, Bath Tourism Plus (BTP) in partnership with … More

Making light of it.

Work on converting the ornate chandelier lamps lining each side of the nave at Bath Abbey has been completed – … More

Wet and dry

Good to see the contemporary fountain installation on the corner of Walcot Street and the London Road – by St … More

Cry me a river.

Lost in a mass of parked cars behind metal fencing on one side of the London Road is what survives … More

Wasn’t it grand!

Who amongst our Bath and district readers remembers the department store called Colmer’s which graced Union Street for over a … More