A tweet from Steph Hobbs at around 6.30pm said: “Not looking good. Several fire engines and an ambulance or two near Bathwick Street.”The Chronicle contacted Avon Fire and Rescue Service and was told fire crews assisted South Western Ambulance Service NHS Trust with access to the building.A spokesperson said: “We were called by the ambulance service to the scene around 5.45pm.”We attended with two fire engines and a turntable ladder and helped gain access to the property.”There was an ambulance and paramedics at the scene, but we left after gaining access around 6.11pm.”South Western Ambulance Service NHS Trust spokesperson confirmed it had attended Sydney Place at 5.43pm, but said “there was no patient”.”We attended Sydney Place at 17:43 but there was no patient,” said a spokesperson.Bath father told he can’t take his children out of school for one day for his brother’s weddingWhen asked if it was a false alarm, the spokesperson said: “There was no patient so there is nothing more we can add.”The Bath Chronicle has launched a WhatsApp group to help you keep up to date with the latest news. If you’d like to receive breaking news alerts, save the number 07939 497390 to your phone we recommend saving the contact as ‘Bath Chronicle News’ then send the word NEWS to us via WhatsApp.
When hunger calls, answer with chunky Campbell’s canned soup. You can heat it on the stove or in a microwave. Either way, satisfaction is just minutes away.. So between seedy guys making runs at topless girls in the pool, horny blackjack dealers getting constantly distracted, aforementioned moments like the Baby Ruth/multi D episode, the tropical feel of outdoors and the Mardi Gras/beads element of a Euro pool, ten weeks of entertainment and comedy were jam packed into eight hours. When an attractive blonde wearing a bikini joined our table, complained to the dealer, haven had a blackjack in three days, then told us confidently, I get a blackjack, I going topless. The pit boss declared that she couldn go topless, so they negotiated for a little bit, ultimately deciding that she could flash everyone instead.
An appraisal from Wanderers and three appraisals sought by the village put the value of the land anywhere between $700,000 and $5.3 million, depending on what comparable sales are used to calculate the land worth. For instance, the $5.3 million appraisal was assuming the land would be used for horse barns, but council members are unanimous they don want the property for that not to mention it would require major zoning and comprehensive plan changes. The design has been more refined from the general concept council members voted on, but there don appear to be any major changes.