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Top-level backing forKeep it Clean

Experts who will decide which is Britain’s cleanest city have given their backing to Bath’s Keep it Clean campaign. The initiative, run jointly with the local authority and the Bath Chronicle, is dedicated to making the city a better place

Business backing to brighten Bath

Business leaders in Bath are supporting a litter campaign spearheaded by the Bath Chronicle. Keep It Clean aims to clear the rubbish from areas surrounding the city in an initiative which is also being backed by Bath and North East

Bath is beautiful

Bath is beautiful – that’s the message that the Bath Chronicle is backing in a new campaign for the city. It has launched a campaign to keep the city streets litter-free. Keep It Clean will also aim to clear the

Chronicle campaign hits a nerve

Bath Chronicle deputy editor John McCready says the newspaper’s NHS Postcode Lottery campaign has touched a nerve among readers. Many people have come forward to tell the newspaper of their, or their relatives’, experiences of inequalities in NHS treatment. A

UK regional press campaigns

Fake guns in the spotlight Several regional papers are currently running strong campaigns calling for tighter controls on imitation guns. The Bournemouth Daily Echo and the Bath Chronicle have both put the spotlight on ball-bearing guns. The Echo discovered that

MP listens to paper's SOS

MP Don Foster has congratulated The Bath Chronicle on its Support Our Schools campaign. The campaign was launched at the beginning of the academic year to lobby the Government for funding to improve secondary school buildings. There is a real

Chronicle fights for funds to Support Our Schools

The Bath Chronicle has launched its Support Our Schools campaign in a bid to persuade the Government to make local school buildings a priority for renovations and upgrades. The paper wants school buildings in Bath and north east Somerset brought

Paper hits back at drink drive name-and-shame critics

The Bath Chronicle has mounted a staunch front page defence of its pioneering campaign against drink-driving. The paper has pursued a name-and-shame policy against motorists who take to the wheel while over the limit. During the past three years scores

Vehicle U-turn for historic city

The Bath Chronicle has forced a U-turn by council officials over a confusing parking system in the city’s best-known shopping street. The paper has campaigned to highlight the injustice faced by hundreds of drivers fined after using what appeared to

Chronicle backing helps fans get a result

Fans of Bath City Football Club have been able to buy back the majority shareholding of the club thanks to a fund-raising drive backed by the Bath Chronicle. The Share in our Future campaign reached its £250,000 target after a

Time to pull the plug?

The Bath Chronicle has stepped up its campaign to get traffic lights removed from a vital link road roundabout. The paper is claiming they slow traffic and cause delays and fail to help the flow of either vehicles or pedestrians.