Statue moves!

Looks like the double-life-sized  torso of Olympic swimmer Mark Foster – which stands at the entrance to the SouthGate Shopping … More

Pavement puzzle.

Just days ago l was asking if anyone could solve the mystery of the initials ‘B.C’ carved into the front … More

Oh Mr Darcy!

It’s Jane Austen Festival time and amongst events today – the Grand Regency Costumed Promenade with several hundred fans walking … More

Little ‘lost’ Lido

I want to write in support of a remarkable survivor – a Georgian gem in our midst that isn’t as … More

Georgian pleasures evening.

Web Version  |  Update preferences  |  Unsubscribe Like Tweet Forward An Evening of Georgian Pleasures Friday 13 September, 7pm – The Holburne Museum Gardens Step … More

A touch of glass.

Popped into the Guildhall yesterday to check out the fireplaces in the banqueting room. Dan Brown of suggested l take … More

‘Raiding’ the Green Belt.

This year marks the 40th anniversary of the publication of ‘The Sack of Bath‘ – a fierce and angry polemic … More

Royal Crescent stars in tv drama

The Royal Crescent took centre stage today when the famous landmark was filmed for a new romantic TV drama, Unknown … More

Open house at No 1

They chose the day with the shortest night to hold one of the most long-awaited re-openings. Yes – No 1 … More

Summer Diary

Bath Preservation Trust has just supplied the Virtual Museum with its Summer diary running through to August. This covers events … More

June 21st re-opening for Number 1

Bath Preservation Trust’s No. 1 Royal Crescent will re-open on Friday, June 21st after a closed period of restoration, renovation … More

Celebrate – Georgian style.

Bath has enjoyed World Heritage status since 1987 and will be hoping its citizens and visitors will join in the … More

How does your garden grow.

Have to say the weather is much improved today – Wednesday – and it was helping everyone see Bath in … More