Bath Record Office is calling on residents of Bath & North East Somerset to help record the extraordinary times we are living through, so that their experiences can be preserved for future generations to see.
The most vulnerable people in Bath and North East Somerset will be able to telephone for advice on a range of critical support during the Coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic when a new community hub launches next week.
Bath & North East Somerset Council has set up an exciting virtual library to help children and adults keep their love of literature going while libraries are closed during the Coronavirus pandemic.
Bath & North East Somerset Council is highlighting some free materials that have been produced in response to Coronavirus (Covid-19) to help people with additional needs access essential information about the pandemic.
This comes in the light of the very clear message from the Government to stay at home to prevent the spread of Coronavirus.
Residents in the Chew Valley area are being invited to attend the upcoming AGM of their local Connecting Communities Forum.
The planning application to expand Bristol Airport has been rejected by North Somerset Council this evening.
An ambitious plan to reduce suicide and self-harm as well as tackle the stigma around people who take their own life has been put forward for Bath and North East Somerset.
The region’s community energy sector has come together with local authorities who have declared a climate emergency to consider their key role in helping to deliver new targets for renewable energy.
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.