Parkside resting place for pooches.

Pleased to say l appear to have solved the mystery of the pet’s cemetery l discovered last summer in the … More

Perils of being a postie

 A passerby comes to the aid of a postie stepping into the rainwater ‘lake’ surrounding the Victorian letter-box in historic … More

‘Steam-Punk’ Christmas at American Museum.

Having been lucky enough to join members and volunteers at last night’s preview of Christmas at the American Museum l … More

The very real message of the ‘ghost’ bike

Bath is a World Heritage city with a major traffic problem. Anything that can be done to encourage people to … More

Bath studios open week-end.

Bath Artists Studios are opening up their workspaces this Saturday and Sunday so the public can come in and look … More

Peggy Seeger talks Folk.

   Peggy Seeger, one of the USA’s finest female folk singers, is coming to the American Museum at  Claverton Manor, Bath.  In … More

Civil War week-end at Claverton Manor

  Fans and enthusiasts of the American Civil War (1861-1865) can witness life amongst the soldiers who fought brother against … More

A whale of a time at American Museum

    The Susan of Nantucket scrimshaw* is one of the Museum’s most fascinating objects.  The delicately carved sperm whale tooth has … More

Drawing the line!

Representatives from the licensing Department at B&NES have been out in Northumberland Place supervising the installation of metal disc markers … More

National Donut Day!

National Donut Day started in 1938 as a fundraiser for Chicago’s Salvation Army.  Their goal was to help the needy during the Great Depression, … More

Gangsters & Gunslingers: America’s outlaw heroes.

Many of us l think would agree that most of our knowledge relating to those gun carrying cowboys of the … More