Talking Points – Late May 2018

Dear Widcombe Association Member Ward Boundary Review The Local Government Boundary Commission for England has published revised proposals with respect to Bath in response to the many objections to its previous proposals. I am pleased to say that the Commission has taken on board pretty well all the points made by the Widcombe Association and…

Talking Points – May 2018

Dear Widcombe Association Member WA AGM Following brief reports and updates on the Association’s activities, we heard two excellent guest speakers: Paul Simons (Chairman Cleveland Pools Bath Project) and Prof Barry Gilbertson (Chairman City of Bath UNESCO World Heritage Site Advisory Panel). My note of the meeting may be found at(www . widcombeassociation . org . uk/wa-2018-agm-report/) with further links on…

WA 2018 AGM Report

Widcombe Association Annual General Meeting 2018 Thursday 19 April 2018 starting at 7.30 pm Held at the Wharf Room, Widcombe Social Club Attendance: 59 signed register Including: 4 visitors (3 friends of Barry Gilbertson and 1 FoBRA representative) 1 joining on the night Sally Helvey – Cleveland Pools Project stand Apologies Cllr Jasper Becker (diary clash)…

Talking Points – March 2018

Dear Widcombe Association Member Widcombe Association AGM A reminder that our AGM is next Thursday, 19 April, at Widcombe Social Club from 7.30 pm. This is an opportunity to meet and, as necessary, elect committee members, be brought up to date on our finances and current activities and to discuss local issues. Guest speakers: Paul…

Calling All Photographers!

Photographic Competition for the 2018 Widcombe Calendar We are pleased to announce that the Photographic Competition for the 2018 Widcombe Calendar is now open. Click here to enter and upload your photos SUBMISSION DEADLINE IS WEDNESDAY 30TH AUGUST 2017. All photos must be landscape. Minimum size 1 MB. Images must be of Widcombe, or taken…

MP Hustings in Widcombe

On Monday 15th May the first MP hustings were held in the City at the Widcombe Baptist church with all four prospective parliamentary candidates attending. Widcombe Association Chair, Jeremy Boss welcomed a hall packed with over 100 local electors to the event. Each candidate gave a short pitch on why vote for them and detailed…