Another unhappy ending.

Sad to see another well-established business announcing closure. This bargain bookshop has been trading at the Bog Island end of … More

What happened to Bath’s planned water fountains?

A new network of drinking fountains and bottle-refill points is set to be rolled out across London – according to … More

Did you bathe with a friend?

Just received Wessex Water’s autumn/winter magazine through the door. There’s an article reminding people that it’s forty years since the … More

What’s your view on the river?

Water taxis and transporting refuse waste – just two of the ideas for finding new ways of using Bath’s waterways –  that … More

Water power!

B&NES must really learn to coordinate things amongst departments within the authority. The following press release was ’embargoed’ until l … More

Wake up to water!

You would think that a city whose fortunes have revolved around its springs and water courses would be doing more … More

A peep inside the Gainsborough’s front door!

Just popped into see the very helpful front-of-house staff at Bath’s newest five-star luxury hotel The Gainsborough. It’s the latest … More

The Gainsborough – open for business on July the First.

Well the word on the street is that Bath’s newest five-star hotel is going to open for business on the … More

Bath may have to live with flooding.

Bath is going to have its own ‘Cobra-styled’ body to formulate strategy on how the city must learn to live … More

Praise for the man who helped restore Bath’s Spa.

Bath and North East Somerset Council has been paying its condolences to the family of Dr. Geoffrey Kellaway – the … More

Keynsham residents to hear river regeneration plans

The people of Keynsham are being offered a chance to hear and comment upon plans for the regeneration of the … More

We are still open!

The American Museum at Claverton Manor is keen to let people know that it is still open – despite the … More