Let’s have trees in the Saw Close.

“Synthetic box balls in sombre grey coffin-like pots.’ That’s how one Bath Newseum regular describes the planting at Bath’s re-modelled … More

Weird goings-on in the wings!

What an honour – as a former bit-part player in amateur dramaticals – to be asked to tread the professional … More

Staging a graduation.

As Bath Abbey gets down to the start of its multi-million Footprint Project to stabilise the church floor and improve … More

Shame about the Saw Close.

Am l alone in being very disappointed by the recently ‘re-imagined’ Saw Close – an historic open space which lies … More

Watch your step!

Bath’s Saw Close has a long and not always noble history. It was where timber was sawn up for our … More

S’now what to do with your rubbish!

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs – from Bath’s Theatre Royal – have joined Bath & North East Somerset Council’s … More

New role for the Saw Close.

Newly erected cycle parking and wooden benches is a very obvious clue to the way B&NES views the new-look Saw … More

Line of Bath’s Roman wall confirmed.

As a member of the Mayor of Bath’s Guild of Honorary Guides, l have been telling groups of tourists for … More

Bath’s new roof-top light box!

Bath isn’t exactly blessed with much in the way of contemporary architecture. The extension to the Holburne Museum and the … 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