That’s the Saw Close demolition – now let’s build!

Demolition work on Bath’s Saw Close building site is coming to an end with the actual start of constructing a … More

Digging up Bath’s past.

A couple more ‘discoveries’ from the excavations Cotswold Archaeology are carrying out in conjunction with Deeley Freed Estates – the … More

Palace Theatre gives up some secrets!

One of Bath’s old theatres has been giving up some of its secrets as work gets underway on regenerating part … More

New eye on Bath

The city of Bath is a major tourist magnet – drawing in around four and a half million visitors each year … More

Keynsham mosaics display leave ‘something to be desired’.

A review now of the display of mosaics that have been incorporated into Keynsham’s new Civic Centre from Bristol-based Anthony Beeson … More

U3A Beau Street Hoard project on display

The University of the Third Age (U3A) is putting its work on the Beau Street Hoard on display in Bath … More

Creative Christmas at the Vic

Visitors to the Victoria Art Gallery can get into the festive spirit with “Decorate December” (from Sunday 1 December through … More

Another Roman baths!

Bath’s amazing Roman bathing complex is a top attraction for people visiting this World Heritage city but other than using … More

Open door on heritage.

A variety of heritage sites – including those run by Bath & North East Somerset Council – will be opening … More

The Bernina remembered

I have been talking about an official handbook published in 1923 which features up to date information on all the … More

Bath uncovered

Back in 1923 Bath not only had a daily newspaper called The Bath Herald – ‘ acknowledged to be the … More

Somerdale scheme gets go-ahead!

Looks like the green light has been given for the biggest residential and commercial development in Keynsham for a long … More

Keynsham three-wheeler

Well l knew Keynsham had an illustrious Roman and Mediaeval past but had no idea it was a centre for … More

Decision day for Keynsham?

Bath and North East Somerset councillors meet this Wednesday – September 25th – to consider a planning application from Taylor … More

Bumper Baths time

Seems visitor numbers to the City’s Roman Baths have reached their highest level for a generation with foot-fall up seven … More

A Bath that never was?

Sad to hear the decommissioning of Bath’s last remaining gasometer will be getting under way shortly – with its demolition … More

In touch with the past.

A rare opportunity to handle 2,000-year-old artefacts is on offer at Bath & North East Somerset Council’s Roman Baths. The … More

Major discovery!

Visitors and residents can enjoy a previously unexplored element of the Roman Baths by booking onto the last two dates … More