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Bus gate to open soon in Bath

Bath Chronicle: The experimental bus lane running eastbound will begin operating on January 20. Bath and North East Somerset Council says it will help create a safer, more welcoming environment for pedestrians and cyclists, as well as speeding up buses. The bus lane ...
Faulty electrics blamed for fire at Bath Moles venue

- 3 months ago @ ri.search.yahoo.com: Fire broke out at long-running Somerset club on Saturday morning (March 8)        

New signs now up at controversial Dorchester Street bus gate

- 3 months ago @ bathchronicle.co.uk: Motorists caught on camera there have complained that warning signs are inadequate and that Bath and North East Somerset Council is using the lane as a cash cow, with around £270,000 likely to be raised in fines in that month. The council says its ...

Nigel Farage meeting sells out in Bath

- 3 months ago @ bathchronicle.co.uk: Nigel Farage meeting sells out in Bath. By Bath Chronicle | Posted: April 25, 2014. Nigel Farage. Comments (5). A public meeting involving UKIP leader Nigel Farage has sold out in Bath. The party says it has been “overwhelmed” by interest in Mr Farage ...

Pressure piles up on council to rethink Dorchester Street bus gate in Bath

- 2 months ago @ bathchronicle.co.uk: Pressure is piling up on Bath and North East Somerset Council to rethink the way it has brought in a new bus gate in the city centre. Campaigners have now forced a council debate on the controversial new bus gate in Dorchester Street, where at one ...

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Parents warned about loom bands after more accidents reported

Bath Chronicle: A child in Bristol nearly lost his finger after falling asleep with one of the bands wrapped round his finger. Now seven-year-old Kyle Lawrence from Cleethorpes in Lincolnshire has been temporarily blinded after his brother accidentally pinged a bangle ...

House fire near Royal United Hospital in Combe Park, Bath

Bath Chronicle: The blaze, at a three-storey house at Combe Park, started at 3.36pm, during the latest industrial action by fire crews. Five fire crews are on the scene and there are reports the roof of the house has collapsed. Emergency services are warning people to ...

Work starts on temporary toll road in Kelston

Bath Chronicle: Work has started on a temporary toll road in Kelston without planning permission and amid growing concerns about health and safety. The A431 has been closed since heavy floods in February caused the landslide. Bath and North East Somerset Council has ...

Revealed: Foxhill's new name

Bath Chronicle: The new name was suggested by Bath resident Ken Cookes and refers to Mulberry Harbours, which were temporary harbours designed in Bath by the Admiralty. They were used for the D-Day landings and are viewed by some as one of the greatest ...

Waxwork of Jane Austen unveiled in Bath

Bath Chronicle: It's Jane Austen like we've never seen her before and she was unveiled to the world in Bath. The spookily life-like waxwork made her first appearance at the Jane Austen Centre in Bath to much media excitement. A film crew from Los Angeles was one of a ...

Traffic and travel update for Thursday morning

Bath Chronicle: Traffic in Bath on Thursday morning appears to be moving with no delays reported on the trains either. Further afield there are delays along the A4 Keynsham By-Pass, westbound at the Hicks Gate Roundabout, and in Bristol one lane is still closed along ...

2-4-1 KFC reader offer

Bath Chronicle: Bath Chronicle readers feeling hungry can enjoy a two-for-one offer at KFC with this week's paper. Early birds can also enjoy a free coffee with their food if they get to Bath's KFC on Henry Street between 10am and 12pm. The two-for-one coupon is ...

Bath parents warned about the dangers of loom bands

Bath Chronicle: A child has come close to losing his finger after a loom band wrapped around it as the boy slept. A doctor from Bristol has issued a warning to parents over safety fears about the popular bracelets as a result. The doctor, a mother of three children ...

BATH AND NORTH EAST SOMERSET COUNCIL..

A six-foot fence built around Bath allotments causes outrage in Twerton

Bath Chronicle: Social landlord Curo, which erected the fencing, is appealing a council decision to block 21 properties on the land, which is owned by Bath and North East Somerset Council and a private developer. Development project manager at Curo, Craig MacDonald, ...

Work starts on new 20mph zones in Bath

Bath Chronicle: Work to help new 20mph zones come into force in the city centre, Oldfield Park, Larkhall, Lansdown, Lyncombe Vale and East Twerton starts today. The new limits - part of a roll-out by Bath and North East Somerset Council - will take effect over the ...

Food waste recycling now available to more

Bath Chronicle: Food waste recycling now available to more. By Bath Chronicle | Posted: May 10, 2014. Comments (0). Food waste recycling has been extended to flats and schools in the Bath area. Bath and North East Somerset Council has expanded its existing service ...

Council to write off ALL Dorchester Street bus gate fines

Bath Chronicle: Senior politicians at Bath and North East Somerset Council have acknowledged that they need to take drastic action in the face of a barrage of criticism over the new Dorchester Street bus lane. Amid genuine fears that visitors ... The Chronicle has ...

UKIP LEADER NIGEL FARAGE..

Ukip leader Nigel Farage shows support for Bath's independent shops

Bath Chronicle: Ukip leader Nigel Farage has said Bath's independent traders would do better if the country left the European Union. Speaking to the Bath Chronicle, Mr Farage said Bath was a nice city and it needed protecting. The politician was in Bath on Tuesday ...

UKip leader Nigel Farage shows support for Bath's independent shops

Bath Chronicle: UKip leader Nigel Farage has said Bath's independent traders would do better if the country left the European Union. Speaking to the Bath Chronicle, Mr Farage said Bath was a nice city and it needed protecting. The politician was in Bath on Tuesday ...

Nigel Farage meeting sells out in Bath

Bath Chronicle: Nigel Farage meeting sells out in Bath. By Bath Chronicle | Posted: April 25, 2014. Nigel Farage. Comments (5). A public meeting involving UKIP leader Nigel Farage has sold out in Bath. The party says it has been “overwhelmed” by interest in Mr Farage ...

LOVE TO SHOP AWARDS..

Deadline extended for Bath's Love To Shop Awards

Bath Chronicle: Business owners, landlords and shoppers have until 5pm on Wednesday to get their entry in for the inaugural awards. Sponsored by the Bath BID and the SouthGate shopping centre, the Love To Shop Awards look to celebrate the city's eclectic range of ...

There is still time to enter the Bath Chronicle's Love To Shop Awards

Bath Chronicle: The Bath Chronicle's Love to Shop Awards is helping to champion the city's independent retailers. Gilly Bell, owner of Dufflebag, believes maintaining a high profile for Bath's unique retail mix is essential to the city's popularity for shopping. Mrs ...

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