A project to encourage people to explore Bath’s green spaces along with visiting its historic landmarks has been launched this week.
Peasedown Community Trust is launching an initiative to feed 30 of the most deprived households in Peasedown St John this Christmas.
Over 100 Year 7 children and staff from King Edward’s School, Bath are taking part in a reverse advent this Christmas in aid of local charity, Julian House.
November has been a month faced with challenges as we’ve settled into a second national lockdown, but, fear not! BA1 Radio has been keeping busy. Our weekday and evening shows have been running as per, so don’t forget to tune in! We’ve also still been able to train volunteers remotely. Ian and Luke have been a comforting presence for the Bath community in these trying times, with their shows, Feel Good and Morning Mixtape. Not to mention, the importance of the continuing support of local organisations by Our City.
Councillors in Peasedown St John are calling on B&NES Council to continue operating a much-needed grants programme, to keep many community groups and projects going, now and into the future.
This festive season, the Bath BID and Minuteman Press Bath have lined the city streets with a rainbow of artwork created by people who live and work in the local area.
The Bath-based business Sweet Drinks Ltd, founded by business adviser Rachel Sweet at the start of lockdown in March, is helping to keep independent West Country drinks producers afloat during the Coronavirus pandemic, which has devastated sales for many artisan producers. Sweet Drinks was originally set up to promote and sell West…
A group of local running event promoters and activators have joined forces to launch the GET BATH RUNNING initiative.
A church in Peasedown St John is determined to count the days down to Christmas this year with some online festive fun.
Developing Health & Independence (DHI), a local charity which provides drug and alcohol services, have released their top tips for people to manage their use of alcohol during lockdown. They have released the tips to coincide with Alcohol Awareness Week, which this year has the theme ‘Alcohol and Mental Health’.