Last post.

On May 16th, 1927, the Mayor of Bath, Cedric Chivers opened the newly-built Head Post Office. Standing proudly on the … More

Set in stone.

Almost a year ago l paid my first-ever visit to the Ralph Allen Cornerstone Interpretation Centre – the place that … More

Bath’s ‘Stone Age’ attraction.

We get something like four and a half million visitors a year in Bath but how many of them will … More

A museum without a home?

Bath has plenty of museums to celebrate and explore its Roman, Georgian and Victorian pasts but – until quite recently … More

‘Prior’ engagement for John Wood

Two of Bath’s most illustrious characters from its Georgian past were brought to life last week-end ( Saturday,July 5th) to … More

Historic Huntsman back in business.

Bath gets ready to welcome back The Huntsman pub into its drinking fold. The historic building – in front of … More

Faded glory

Several Bathonians played important roles in the development of our modern postal system but before l give credit to them … More

History exposed.

Bath’s Heritage Manager Tony Crouch has confirmed the reasoning behind wooden blocks being used to create the original Georgian road … More