What FoBRA does for the residents of Bath

FoBRA is the main representative voice for residents' groups in Bath.

We meet regularly with Council leaders, elected members, officers, the Police and the business community to make them aware of the views of Bath residents and to try and ensure that  they take our concerns into account.

LATEST & NEXT MEETINGS
The FoBRA committee comprises members of all member associations and meets 6-7 times a year.
Thu Jul 30th 2015 6:30 pm
Widcombe Junior School
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Tue May 12th 2015 6:30 pm
Widcombe Junior School
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Observers are welcome to attend FoBRA committee meetings. Click here to view the arrangements for observers.

NEWS

Bath City Conference - Friday 10th July

The Council invites you to attend "Your Bath City Conference 2015" on Friday 10th July at The Guildhall, from 12 noon until 6pm.

This is your opportunity to find out about: Railway electrification, Projects involving the regeneration of the river, Local energy and food production in your community, Future governance for the City of Bath, Support to the community, and Who make up your cabinet in the new Council.

Following on from the afternoon's activities, the day will conclude with a Question and Answers session with Councillors and other decision-makers. This will be from 6.30-7.30pm. Do you have a question that you would like answered? Send the Council your question and they will ask the most popular ones at this session: (e-mail – bathcityconference@bathnes.gov.uk). If you are unable to attend you can log into the webcast through the Council website!

The Banqueting Hall will be filled with exhibits, stands and representatives from community groups across the City.  By getting involved in Your Bath you will be able to find out more about: Support - Clubs - Arts – Creativity - Sports – Charities – Community – Economy - Social Enterprise – Public Services.

Latest Bath air pollution data

New data on air pollution has been released by B&NES, covering the period up to the end of 2014, show that nitrogen dioxide pollution levels remain well above the legal limit along the main road network and in the city centre.  Air pollution above the limit is harmful to health. In some places pollution is 50% over the legal limit.  Air pollution in Bath has not reduced over 10 years or more. - posted 2 June 15