Could ‘Roman’ Bath have a nearby rival?

  Here’s another favourite story of mine – this time from March, 2013. I am still hoping that enough interest … More

A note on (fly) posting.

Is B&NES renting out its Guildhall fence as advertising space? Is this a new way of putting a little extra … More

A ‘touch’ of the Far East for Bath?

On the subject of city litter, refuse, the gulls issue and Bath’s general shabby appearance, Bath Newseum regular Chris Gornall … More

World Heritage project under way

Work has officially got underway this week on the Roman Bath’s Archway Project which will provide a World Heritage Centre … More

Bath’s past helping its future.

Bath’s past has helped reduce the financial pressures on its future. Income generated by the city’s heritage attractions – alongside … More

Sensual delights!

It’s that faithful old fountain in Laura Place grabbing my attention again today but – while l still live in … More

It’s not all ‘royal’ at Vicky Park.

Ducks swimming amongst plastic waste, unplanted and weed-filled flower beds and dried up water courses. Just some of the issues … More

Bath 5 star hotel to be sold.

One of Bath’s prestige 5-star hotels appears to be changing hands. According to the Scottish-based Herald newspaper, Macdonalds Hotels is … More

Playing it for real.

Great to see how the business organisation Bath BID has teamed up with the plantsmen at the Parks Department to … More

Keeping up appearances.

Right under the noses of B&NES – just across the High Street from Bath’s Guildhall – this is the pile … More

Pools project appoints new director.

With 4.7 million pounds worth of HLF funding secured, Cleveland Pools Trust have appointed a new full-time to manage and … More

We won’t sell the ‘family silver’ says councillor.

Bath’s world famous Fashion Museum could well be homeless in a couple of years but any thought of parting with … More

Oh Peroni!

First – the good news. The Council’s Parks Department and Bath BID have come together to help brighten up our … More

The fame game.

Bryan Chalker is an ex B&NES councillor – and former Mayor of Bath – who is now getting used to … More

They’re special AND free!

Want to know more about Thomas Gainsborough’s time in Bath? The Beadeker wartime raids or how the city helped shape … More

Coach ban signs go up.

Signs banning coaches from the Circus are finally going up today. My thanks to Richard Brown who is Vice Chair … More

Leave our fountain alone.

As l had assumed, the fountain in Laura Place has been turned off while engineers try to deal with the … More

What’s that in your window?

This year’s Bath Festival – a celebration of music and literature featuring more than 120 events over ten days – … More