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Steve Bradley honours Bath’s link to the writer of ‘Danny Boy’

By on Feb 2, 2014

  A song long associated with Ireland may be formally honoured in Bath for the first time as an Irishman launches a campaign to pay tribute to its lyricist. The words to Danny Boy were written in Bath more than 100 years ago by barrister Frederick Weatherly, but the song’s connection to the city has never been acknowledged, other than a plaque at his former house in Edward Street. A prolific writer of prose, poetry and song, Weatherly was born in Portishead in 1848 and spent most of his adult life in Bath. He wrote more than 3,000 tunes during his lifetime, including The Holy City, Roses of Picardy, Up from Somerset and The Old Brigade. Read more: http://www.bathchronicle.co.uk/Bath-honour-links-writer-Danny-Boy-Frederick/story-20362317-detail/story.html#ixzz2sGf4crxO Steve BradleyOh, Danny...

Bath Christmas Market 2013

By on Dec 24, 2013

  The Abbey from Bath Christmas MarketBath Christmas Market has Bath Abbey as a backdropYum!Bagpipes and HollySome really fresh ideas for Christmas presentsBraunschweig Christmas...

Welcome to Bath-Braunschweig

By on Dec 18, 2013

40th Anniversary of the twinning agreement

By on Dec 18, 2013

40th Anniversary of the Twinning Agreement The Mayor (2011-12) Councillor Bryan Chalker was invited to Braunschweig to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Twinning Agreement. He was accompanied by The Mayoress, Mrs Glenys Chalker, The Chairman of the Standing Committee of Charter Trustees, Councillor Gerry Curran and the Clerk to the Charter Trustees, Mrs Ann Tipper. The ceremony was held at Richmond Castle on 30 September 2011, where The Mayor signed their ‘Golden Book’. The next day there were German-English prayers in Braunschweig Cathedral and a moving service outside by the statue of ‘The Bereaved’ and the English Rose. This rose has been climbing the wall of the cathedral since the millennium year when it was planted on ‘England Day’ – 4 June to commemorate 825 years of links between the cathedral and England. Councillor Chalker’s Mayoral theme was ‘Bath’s Industrial Heritage’...

AGM Dinner Menu

By on Dec 18, 2013

Download a copy of the menu…                Download Liebe Mitglieder der Braunschweiger Partnerschaft, der anderen Partnerschaften, der Deutschen Gesellschaft und Freunde, Wir laden Sie herzlich zum Abendessen ein. Das Essen findet am 7. November um 19.00 Uhr (für 19.30 Uhr) im Café Retro statt. Das Restaurant befindet sich auf der ersten Etage; obwohl es keinen Aufzug gibt, sind die Toiletten auf der gleichen Etage. Bitte teilen Sie uns mit, ob Sie kommen können, und welche Speisen Sie gewählt haben. Bitte schicken Sie auch einen Scheck (zahlbar an Café Retro) oder Bargeld an Don Grimes, dessen Adresse unten ist. Es gibt nur 40 Plätze im Restaurant, also: Wer zuerst kommt, mahlt zuerst! Unsere Mitglieder werden auch eine musikalische Unterhaltung anbieten, bitte sagen Sie uns, ob auch Sie unserer improvisierten Band ein Instument oder die eigene Stimme anbieten können. Mit...