Oh Peroni!

First – the good news. The Council’s Parks Department and Bath BID have come together to help brighten up our … More

Blooming lovely – but no bridge?

Good to see a mass of bright red poppies and blue cornflowers blooming on part of the reshaped riverbank opposite … More

Green light for Bath Quays South

  Bath & North East Somerset Council’s plans to develop Bath Quays South have now been granted planning consent. Bath … More

BMT pull out of Bath Quays South project.

  BMT – the design, engineering and management consultancy company  who are based in Bath – have pulled out of … More

New future for Newark Works?

While Bath Newseum has been following the archaeology that has been undertaken on the south side of the River Avon – near … More

River flood works to start soon.

  There’s going to be plenty of activity to watch  – construction and excavation-wise –  on the down river side … More

Rival community scheme proposed for Newark Works

Recent publicity and public and business support for an organisation called Craneworks – which is promoting a new community use … More

Doors open again at the Newark Works

Some good news at last for one of Bath’s most sensitive derelict sites. The old Newark Works – historic home … More

Bath ashamed of its past?

Bath gets taken to task for being ashamed of its industrial past in a letter from B&NES Heritage Champion Cllr … More

Council ‘chiefs’ to meet with Charlie

Looks like Charlie Dancey – the man who staged a very public protest by parking his Dutch barge on Pulteney … More

Come float your boat says river protestor

Pulteney Weir protestor Charlie Dancey has let the Virtual Museum know that he is back on the weir and busy … More

Oh what a beauty!

I had a coffee this afternoon with a man who is proving to be a bit of a thorn in … More