One lucky cyclist can win a brand new bike by signing for Sky Ride Bath – taking place on Sunday 3 June in association with Bath & North East Somerset Council.
Building on the success of the free event over the last two years, Sky Ride Bath offers people of all ages and abilities the chance to ride around the historic city on traffic-free…
Added by Kathy Tate on May 31, 2012 at 15:36 — No Comments
Publish Date: 14.5.12
The opportunities for people to get involved with helping out local community projects are being highlighted by Bath & North East Somerset Council together with the Volunteer Centre, staff from Somer Community Housing Trust and students from both Bath Spa University and the University of Bath, Councillors and residents and others volunteers.
From May 14th 2012 to June 13th, ten different projects from across the district will be supported in an…Continue
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Free seeds are being offered as a call to arms goes out to gardeners in the Bath and North East Somerset area.
Entries are now being invited for the annual Bath in Bloom contest, which helps the city look its best for the regional floral competition South West in Bloom.
Bath has won awards at regional level for the past two years but just missed out on the national glory which it has enjoyed in the past.
After positive feedback from a trial wild flower planting…Continue
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Local communities are being encouraged to have their say about proposed changes to social housing put forward by Bath & North East Somerset Council that…
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The rise is due to the Council’s Food Waste Collection service introduced in October 2010, a new waste treatment plant being operational in the…
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Litter picking volunteers in Westmoreland supported by Bath & North East Somerset Council came out in force last week in the latest effort by people to clean-up their communities and make them proud places to live.
Five large bags of litter were cleared during the early evening in one hour last week. Fifteen people turned up, including members of the local…
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