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Somerset Day 2021
Somerset Day 2021
Fly the Flag for Somerset on the weekend of May 8th & 9th, show your support for our wonderful county. Read on for more information.
Quite by chance whilst on a course in the local area, I happened upon the building at King Square in Bridgwater. Drawn by it’s industrial and business heritage I had been looking at local architecture and property. I’m Pam Bunbury - Lindsay, a property developer by trade, so this was a force of habit for me. Looking unloved and fairly run down, my eye lingered over the Georgian proportions, the scale of the property, the beautiful square it frames and the possibilities started to form in my head. Fast forward to now, and with my partner Sean Lindsay, we bought the Grade II Listed building and started to uncover it’s history.
How to improve one of Britain’s best remaining Georgian Pleasure Gardens - Have your say.
The Museum of Somerset offers an interactive exploration of life from pre-history to World War I and everything in between.
The future of Alice Park
The future of Alice Park
Can you help shape the future of Alice Park
Bath Tourism Plus is recruiting! Find out more...
Boarded-up balustrade
Boarded-up balustrade
One of Bath's most iconic tourist spots is showing signs of being boarded up. What's going on beside Pulteney Bridge & Weir?
Statue moves!
Statue moves!
The double life-sized torso of Olympic swimmer Mark Foster - who trained in Bath - has been moved from its original site at the entrance to the Southgate Shopping Centre.
Continuing the 2014 season of poetry events, Fire River Poets are delighted to announce that the guest poet for the reading on Thursday 3 April 2014 will be the poet, teacher and translator, Peter Daniels
The Bath-based American Museum in Britain opens its 2014 season on the 22nd of March with a dazzling special exhibition.
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