Applications are open for the Combined Authority’s latest Creative programme cohort. The programme which is for both freelancers and business in the West of England region (including North Somerset) will offer workshops, mentoring, peer to peer support, coaching and specific creative sector advice. The programme will be delivered by the Watershed and expert partners.
The West of England Growth Hub is teaming up with the Department for International Trade (DIT) Export Academy for a special event to help you access international markets online.
Enterprise Executives, Amanda Jones and Will Jenkins will introduce you to the support available from the West of England Growth Hub to grow your business, followed by Trade Advisor Emily Lambert outlining some of the key benefits and barriers to exporting your goods.
More people will soon be able to enjoy the beauty of Chew Valley Lake with work on a new 2.7km walking and cycling trail now underway.
The £1.5m all-weather path on the northern section of the lake will make the Chew Valley Trail accessible to everyone.
The improvements are being funded by a £507,000 grant from the Rural Payments Agency, £1m from the West of England Combined Authority and contributions from Bath & North East Somerset Council and Bristol Water, who own the reservoir.
Get yourself ready for the biggest celebration of digital and tech in the South West. Make sure to block out your diary and join us on 19th - 22nd Oct 2021.
This year we are celebrating 'collisions' so come and see the latest collaborations that are happening in this historic and innovative city. We promise an educational and inspirational packed programme for all who interested in the digital, tech and creative industry.
Residents and businesses are being reminded they still have time to give their views on proposed changes to planning polices to help tackle the Climate and Ecological Emergencies in Bath and North East Somerset.
An enticing package of traditional festive events and experiences to enhance the magic of Bath at Christmas and support the city’s businesses is set to be announced by local partners.
Bath & North East Somerset Council, Bath BID, Visit West, SouthGate Bath and Milsom Place are working together on the ‘Bath at Christmas’ programme to ensure the city sparkles and attracts visitors this festive season.
Bath & North East Somerset Council, faced with a “double whammy” of Brexit and Covid, which has led to a national shortage of logistics and security staff, is reshaping this year’s Christmas events programme, including its Bath Christmas Market.
The move follows concerns that the national recruitment crisis for security and specialist staff and equipment makes it impossible to run the Bath Christmas Market, which is one of the largest in the country, safely, securely and within reasonable cost.
The reshaped Bath at Christmas programme will now include: