A defibrillator has recently been installed at the outside entrance to the church hall and office at the bottom of the hill by The Community Heartbeat Trust, intended to be a facility for the whole community.An awareness seminar and demonstration is due to be held at the church on Saturday the 3rd March 10am. This is useful to all who live in the vicinity.I have more information on the website and the Bathwick News Facebook group page.A reply using the form attached on the website (https://bathwickparishes.org/6897-2/) would help to collect numbers of those who can come
Wera Hobhouse is to make to FoBRA on 12th February 2018 at 6:30, a chance to put your questions about current issues to our MP.
See attached flyer for details: MP’s meeting 12 Feb 18 – flyer – final – 18 Jan 18
Here’s a link to the latest Bath Uni. newsletter, ( complete with typo!). Including changes in University governance and the current exhibition at the Holburn.
You can subscribe to get your own copy by email if you wish.
You will recently have received leaflets about how the new waste collections will work, introducing the new black wheelie bins or black bags for household waste. You should receive yours shortly. We recommend you mark them with your address.
Also please be aware if you are short of recycling bins or your blue cardboard bag is disintegrating you can call council connect on 01225 394041 to get replacements or additional bins. With the winter coming please try to use the green bin lids so your recycling does not get blown away before collection.
If you have any issues with the new system please contact B&NES or Matt Cockrane our councillor.
Unfortunately the Friends of Sydney Gardens day on Sunday 13th August has had to be postponed until the Spring. We will let you know the new date in due course.
They apologise for the disappointment and inconvenience this will cause.
There is a post on the lampposts in the middle of Bathwick Hill that states the council intend to make the section of he road from no. 15 upwards a no parking at anytime zone on both sides of the road.
this link shows the extent of no parking –Bath_MBTRO_J11_Proposed_Variation No 17
You can find out more by talking to the council traffic management ( tel: 477000 and ask for traffic management) or look at
The reference is PEV 12697. I have confirmed this with our local councillor, Matt Cochrane and he was unaware it had happened. He says there should be a local consultation, but if you wish to object you must do it before 13th July.
I am consulting the committee but I believe we will object, I feel that this will not just impact the middle of the Hill but will increase pressure on the current permit parking areas.
please do not depend on us and make you own objections.
To support or object to this you can email -email@example.com
Sarah Trimmer ( chair )
Network Rail is holding a series of drop in sessions on the dates below to update residents about the plans for electrification works.
Dates of drop in sessions at the Brunswick Room, Guildhall, Bath 16:00 t0 19:30 on the following dates:
10th March; 13th April; 12th May; 9th June; 13th July; 21st July; 4th August; 18th August; 8th September; 6th October; 3rd November; 1st December
Line closures and other information can be found on the link to the information web site is http://www.networkrail.co.uk/great-western-route-modernisation/banes/
Line closures will be
18 July to 31 July 2015
The line between Chippenham and Bathampton Junction will be closed.
This will result in a reduced number of services from Bath Spa towards London to one per hour and they will be diverted via Westbury. Don’t forget however, that you can always get to London via Bristol.
1 August to 31 August 2015
The line between Chippenham and Bath Spa will be closed as will the line between Westbury and Bathampton Junction.
This means that there will be no trains running between Westbury, Freshford and Avoncliff to Bath Spa and journeys towards London from Bath Spa will be routed via Bristol Temple Meads and Parkway.