Twerton redevelopment plans on show.

The latest designs for the redevelopment of Twerton High Street and Bath City FC’s home ground are to go on show. Following more than a year of community and stakeholder engagement members of the public are being invited to view the latest designs for the scheme, which could see the shopping area of Twerton transformed […]

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Come see, Twerton!

People living in Twerton are being invited to view emerging design options for the redevelopment of Bath City FC’s home ground. The scheme will see the partial redevelopment of Twerton Park, providing new sports facilities, a community hub, affordable housing and improvements to Twerton High Street. The proposals also include Purpose Built Student Accommodation. The […]

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Bath City FC – still not scored in-profit goal

Bath City Football Club’s end-of-year results show it’s still running at an on-going loss – despite a 20 per cent rise in match day attendance. The figures, for the year ending May 2018, show the club operating at a loss of approximately £137,000.  The numbers are the first full set of results since the successful […]

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Empty shop offered to community.

An empty shop unit is being offered to the community in Bath’s Twerton district for organisations and groups to use for services and outreach. The unit on the High Street is being made available by landlords Greenacre Capital as part of their commitment to breathe new life into the shopping area.     It is […]

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Sarah’s poppies.

With the Centenary of the end of World War l being acknowledged this year, a Bath  resident has decided to combine her hobby of knitting – and love for her community – to remember all the ‘fallen’ listed on the memorial at St Michael’s Church in Twerton where she lives. Local campaigner, Sarah Moore has […]

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Back to school for the grown-ups!

Adults living in Bath are being given the chance to return to the classroom with the arrival of a series of courses designed to help people feel better equipped for day-to-day life. The Workers’ Educational Association (WEA), the UK’s largest voluntary sector provider of adult education, will be running new taster courses at Bath City […]

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Wera takes her ‘desk’ out to Twerton.

You have to hand it to Bath’s MP Wera Hobhouse. She’s come up with a new way of meeting the people. Rather than her constituents making appointments to come to her, she decided to move her desk out onto the streets to meet them.  Friday afternoon saw her trying out a novel way of holding […]

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Industrial Heritage Day

  The seventh annual Bath Industrial Heritage Day is being held at Bath City Football Club in Twerton today –  Saturday, September 24th. It’s free admission for all and the exhibition is open from 10 am to 4pm. Amongst the exhibitors will be the Museum of Bath at Work, Cleveland Pools, Somerset Coal Canal, Saltford […]

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Public meeting regarding Bath City FC ownership

The Bath City FC Supporters Society will be holding a public meeting in Randalls at Twerton Park at 7.30pm on Thursday 15th September. The meeting will give interested parties an opportunity to hear about the Big Bath City Bid and to ask questions about the recently relaunched community share offer. Through the Big Bath City […]

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Bath Industrial Heritage Exhibition

Don’t forget the annual Bath Industrial Heritage Exhibition coming up this Saturday – April 9th – at Bath Football Club’s Twerton ground. Entry is free and doors are open between 10 am and 4pm. Come and see artefacts and links with the Bath Blitz, crane makers Stothert & Pitt, plus a host of other industrial […]

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