Spring is in the fayre.

Out early enough to join the queue waiting to experience the opening of the Spring Fayre B&NES has organised this … More

Not a pretty picture.

As far as ‘photo opportunities’ go, Grand Parade is THE spot for tourists to stop and take a ‘selfie’ with … More

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas!

Sunshine and blue skies over Bath this morning as l chanced upon a few signs that – despite the warm … More

What’s the buzz?

Bath’s latest street market – the once-a-month Independent Bath Market in Abbey Green and Abbey Street – was in full … More

Is Bath ready for a tourist tax?

One of Bath’s most iconic tourist locations is looking a bit lack-lustreĀ at present. The stone balustrade separating Grand Parade from … More

Boarded-up balustrade at the Weir

The city of Bath would appear to be featuring quite prominently at present within the pile of applications now under … 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 may have to live with flooding.

Bath is going to have its own ‘Cobra-styled’ body to formulate strategy on how the city must learn to live … 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