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Links to Bath Web Sites...

Below are some selected bodies and web sites which we feel might also be of interest...

Bath & North East Somerset Tourist site

This site has many interesting guides, maps and general tourist details 

 

Visit Bath

The official destination website for Bath and the surrounding area. The site features a wide range of information on things to do in the city, attractions to visit, places to eat and where to stay. This site enables users to book accommodation in the city and surrounding area online.

 

Bath Preservation Trust

The Trust is an independent charity that was founded in 1934 with the object of protecting the city's unique architectural heritage. Today the Trust has approximately 1,500 subscribing members from the UK and overseas supporting its work. It has rescued properties as diverse as cottages which once housed artisans who built the great Georgian architectural set pieces, and historically significant No 1 Royal Crescent and Beckford Tower, which are now owned by the Bath Preservation Trust and run as a museums.

 

Bath in Time

Bath in Time is privately owned and aims to create and make freely accessible, a comprehensive archive of historic images of Bath. It was created to help increase awareness, understanding and appreciation of Bath and its environment. There are  now over 22,000 images online which are all categorized and constantly being added to. Free to access, high quality copies which can be ordered.

 

The Georgian Group

The Georgian Group exists to protect and preserve Georgian buildings, monuments and landscapes. Founded in 1937 by a group led by Lord Derwent, The Georgian Group is a statutory amenity society in England and Wales. This means that we must by law be consulted on any planning applications affecting listed Georgian buildings, monuments, parks and gardens. Although they have no legal power to prevent buildings from being demolished or altered, they use their expertise to exert and influence. The Georgian Group is a registered charity.

 

English Heritage

Has a custodian role to preserve 'heritage' across a broad remit. It is largely funded from the Department of Culture, Media and Sport supplemented by donations and commercial activities. It has over 400 sites open to the public attracting some 11 million visitors, has some 750K members, gives grants to around 24 million and advises on some 17,000 planning applications a year.