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  • Works begin on new Market Square in Midsomer Norton

    Construction of a new public space to rejuvenate Midsomer Norton town centre and provide space for community events will begin in April.

    Regeneration and Development, Heritage , Leisure, Tourism and Heritage, Communities and volunteering, Somer Valley

  • Future of Bath arts charity secured by council lease

    A charity which increases opportunities for the community to learn from and enjoy art is being supported with a rent subsidy by Bath & North East Somerset Council.

    Arts, Leisure, Tourism and Heritage, Regeneration and Development, Business support , Communities and volunteering, Delivering for local residents

  • Work begins on new shopfronts and art installations at Keynsham’s Temple Street

    Works to improve shop fronts and enhance Temple Street in Keynsham will continue this month as part

    Regeneration and Development, Leisure, Tourism and Heritage, Delivering for local residents, Keynsham Area

  • Save the date - for a wedding showcase at Bath’s Guildhall

    Wedding couples are being encouraged to ‘save the date’ this February for a unique showcase event at Bath’s historic Guildhall.

    Communities and volunteering, Leisure, Tourism and Heritage, weddings, Bath, Delivering for local residents

  • Bath plays starring role in Wonka

    Bath is set to play a starring role in Wonka, a fantasy musical from the writing and directing team behind the successful Paddington films which is out on general release in the UK tomorrow (Dec 8).

    Leisure, Tourism and Heritage

  • Bohemian Paris comes to Bath: Major Lautrec exhibition to open in April

    Blockbuster exhibition Toulouse-Lautrec and the Masters of Montmartre wi

    Leisure, Tourism and Heritage

  • Magical festive season begins in Bath as Christmas Market opens

    Visitors are being given a warm welcome to the Bath Christmas Market - a unique festive shopping experience set among the city’s iconic monuments - which officially opened today.

    Events, Leisure, Tourism and Heritage, Business support , Communities and volunteering, Delivering for local residents, Bath

  • Trees planted in Bath in tribute to King Charles III and Queen Elizabeth II

    Two English Oak trees have been planted at Bath’s Royal Victoria Park to commemorate the Coronation of His Majesty King Charles III and honour Her late Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.

    Heritage , Leisure, Tourism and Heritage, Environment and Clean Air, Tackling the climate and ecological emergency, Communities and volunteering, Bath

  • Countdown to Christmas begins in Bath and North East Somerset

    The magic of Christmas is about to be scattered across B&NES with the build of Bath Christmas Market starting today (November 13) and the switch-on of festive lights across the area from Wednesday.

    Events, Christmas Lights, Bath, Leisure, Tourism and Heritage, Delivering for local residents

  • Manor Road Community Woodland set to benefit from raft of improvements

    Better pathways, new seating and improved accessibility are among the improvements planned for Manor Road Community Woodland in Keynsham following a public consultation.

    Keynsham Area, Leisure, Tourism and Heritage, Delivering for local residents