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New Drinking Fountain at Riverside

Free water for all visitors and users of the Riverside.

drinking fountain

Footpath Closure

A good sign that repair is imminent

BATH AND NORTH EAST SOMERSET COUNCIL

(TTRN212 PUBLIC RIGHT OF WAY BA2/5, BATHEASTON, BATH)
(TEMPORARY PROHIBITION OF USE BY PEDESTRIANS) ORDER 2018 Notice is hereby given that the Bath and North East Somerset Council in pursuance of the provisions of section 14(1)(b) of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 by virtue of this Notice, for a period of 21 days commencing on Monday 16th April 2018 shall close temporarily to pedestrians Public Footpath BA2/5 commencing from the junction with BA2/3 and BA2/4 at grid reference ST 7747 6706 and following the northern bank of the River Avon for approximately 610m and then running through the London Road Car Park for a further 100m to London Road East at grid reference ST 7803 6739 in Batheaston.
 
The above restriction is necessary because of the likelihood of danger to the public consequent upon urgent safety works to rebuild and stabilise the riverbank which has been eroded by the River Avon by Bath and North East Somerset Council but shall not apply to any pedestrian necessarily carrying out repairs.
 
ALTERNATIVE ROUTE :
 
Public footpath BA2/4 – High Street – London Road East and vice versa
 
Applicant details: Graeme Stark, Bath and North East Somerset Council
Telephone details: 01225 477650    Dated: 13th April 2018
 
Bath and North East Somerset Council
Traffic Management Team
Lewis House
Manvers Street
Bath
BA1 1JG  
 
 
 
Kelvin Packer
Group Manager
Highways and Traffic

Batheaston Society Coming Events

for more information contact johnirons35@gmail.com

BATHEASTON SOCIETY NEWSLETTER AND PROGRAMME UNTIL AUTUMN 2018
 
All meetings will be held in the meeting room of the Church of the Good Shepherd, 2 Northend, Batheaston BA1 7EN starting at 7 00 p m

All are welcome. Admission is £3 for members, £4 for non-members.


Friday 25 May 2018: "EXPOSED": The Major and the Roman Baths". Local author and Roman Baths guide Doc Watson tells the story of Major Davies, the eccentric Victorian character who found the Roman bathhouse after it had been hidden for 1400 years. "An engrossing story of ambition and failure but ultimately of revenge". Doc will have copies of his book available for purchase. 

Friday 15 June 2018: "SCANDAL AND GOSSIP!". Andrew Butterworth, an historian, former Deputy Head Teacher of a Wiltshire School and one of the Mayor of Bath's Honorary Guides, will talk about some splendid 18th century ladies and their impact on the city. Georgiana - Duchess of Devonshire, Lady Hamilton and many more. Scandal guaranteed!

Friday 20 July 2018: EVENING WALK IN BATHAMPTON. Gill Huggins from Bathampton Local History Research Group is offering a simmer evening's stroll around Bathampton, pointing out buildings and features of historical interest. The group will be limited to 25 and will meet in The George car park at 7 00 p m.