The British Modern Pentathlon team enjoyed a preview of the new Roman Gym at the Roman Baths. The team, including Olympic Gold medal-winners Joe Choong and Kate French, discovered how Romans kept fit.
The council is updating residents on the next steps towards implementing proposed preventative anti-terrorism measures in Bath after its consultation on the traffic regulation orders has closed.
Transport , Public Health, Delivering for local residents, Focusing on prevention, Giving people a bigger say
People can have their say on proposed changes to on-street parking that include new on-street parking permits based on vehicle emissions, in a Bath and North East Somerset Council consultation.
Parking and Travel, Giving people a bigger say, Delivering for local residents, Tackling the climate and ecological emergency
Residents in Oldfield Park and Westmoreland in Bath are being asked what they think of proposed changes to on-street parking in the area.
Parking and Travel, Delivering for local residents, Giving people a bigger say
With Covid rates increasing sharply across Bath & North East Somerset, parents and carers are asked to stay vigilant and protect themselves and others.
Covid-19, Focusing on prevention
Cleveland Bridge will remain closed to HGVs but will re-open to vehicles under two metres in width from 0600hrs on Monday October 25.
Streets and Highway Maintenance, Delivering for local residents
Bath and North East Somerset Council has offered a local team of charity fundraisers a city-centre base for the duration of its street collection campaign.
Families whose children are eligible for benefit related free school meals will be provided with supermarket vouchers worth £20 for the October and Christmas holiday periods by the council.
Schools, Colleges and Learning, Focusing on prevention
Monsters are taking over the Victoria Art Gallery in Bath this winter! Myths and Monsters, a follow-up to 2017’s blockbuster Here be Dragons exhibition, will open on 27 November 2021.
For the third year running five of Bath & North East Somerset Council’s parks have been officially recognised as being among the best green spaces in the country.
parks, Improving people's lives
Bathavon residents are invited to find out more about work being carried out to improve people’s health and wellbeing in their area at the next Connecting Communities Forum on 20 October.
Communities and volunteering, Giving people a bigger say
A new bid for £890,000 in Government funding to improve a 1.5km walking and cycling route between Combe Down and the University of Bath is set for a decision this autumn.
Transport, Delivering for local residents, Parking and Travel