B&NES on the racks

Come off it B&NES. This is deprivation by stealth. Every time the bike rack hoops are removed for the annual … More

New Cancer Centre target reached!

Thanks to the help of dedicated supporters, major donors and the goodwill of the public, the minimum £8.5million fundraising target … More

Appeal to UNESCO over sale of ‘The Min.’

A group of nearly two hundred patients are appealing to UNESCO to step into the controversy behind the sale of … More

Does ‘The Min’ matter?

A ‘call to arms’ – from Bath Preservation Trust – for other heritage groups to join them in persuading B&NES … More

Bumper fund-raising night of fun!

The money has continued to roll in. Bath’s Hope Ball – held on the private lawn in front of the … 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

First look at the new ‘Min’

I am able to bring Bath Newseum followers a first glimpse of the proposed new building which will replace the … More

Three years of medical life left for the Min?

B&NES councillors are to be asked  to give their backing to integration plans that will see all facilities at the … More

Council welcomes RUH Trust status.

Bath & North East Somerset Council says it’s welcomed news that the Royal United Hospital in Bath has achieved NHS Foundation … More

Goodbye to gloom!

  Bath city centre’s late autumn gloom comes to an end tonight with the official switching on of the Christmas … More

Reassurances from the R.U.H. over services at the ‘Min’. While one ex-Governor asks if ‘patient power’ could help secure it’s future?

The future of one of Bath‘s best-loved Georgian buildings is proving a major issue in the city. The Royal National Hospital … More

Case 7, the British Museum and Bath’s Beau Street Hoard.

You cannot get a current ticket for the British Museum‘s blockbuster exhibition on Life and Death in Pompeii and Herculaneum … More