People in Bath and North East Somerset who hold very overdue library books are being invited to bring them back without penalty and enjoy their local library once more.
Bath & North East Somerset Council’s new administration has outlined its plans and priorities for the next four to five years.
To help make our communities and road users more aware of potential disruption the council is issuing fortnightly lists of scheduled works
People with hidden disabilities are set to benefit from improved access to travel when new eligibility criteria for Blue Badges come into effect this month.
Residents across Bath and North East Somerset can pick up reward vouchers to spend in high street stores as part of a new scheme to encourage recycling of small electrical items.
Young people across Bath and North East Somerset can now access relationship and sexual health advice and information with just a few clicks of a mouse.
The transformation of historic buildings in Swallow Street, Bath into a Clore Learning Centre for the Roman Baths and a World Heritage Centre for the city has begun.
The Festival features 50 free walks covering a variety of themes and distances. All the walks are led by knowledgeable leaders and supported by volunteers. The walks start at various locations around Bath and explore every corner of the city and surrounding countryside.
Communities along the Chew Valley and Keynsham are busy planning events to remember the Great Flood of 1968. Please also get in touch if you have a date to publicise or can contribute any material or help in any other way: email@example.com
There’s no excuse for kids to be bored this May half-term as the Roman Baths, Fashion Museum and Victoria Art Gallery have plenty of exciting activities on offer.