Residents who have suffered ill effects from gulls locally in the last year are being asked to share their experiences in a new online form.
Two new rapid Covid-19 test sites will open in Keynsham and Midsomer Norton next week for key workers and people unable to work from home who do not have any coronavirus symptoms.
Residents who have been asked by the Government to shield at any time over the past year are invited to an online event on Tuesday (March 9).
Chew Stoke Church School has become the second school in Bath and North East Somerset to achieve a gold national award for promoting walking, cycling and sustainable travel.
Parking and Travel, Transport
More than eight out of ten families in Bath and North East Somerset have been offered a place at their first choice of secondary school for admissions this September.
Schools, Colleges and Learning
Opportunities for more people to enjoy one of Bath’s important green spaces by bike or on foot is the aim of a new multi-use activity park to be created at the former Entry Hill golf course site.
Proposed schemes to improve walking & cycling routes in Bath using £500k of government funding to encourage active travel on routes with high bus patronage are the subject of a webinar on March 4.
Parking and Travel, Addressing the climate emergency, Public Health