Bath Spa University's vice-chancellor was given more than £800,000 in her final year, including a large departure payment.
Professor Christina Slade was paid £429,000 'for loss of office'. This was in addition to her £250,000 salary and other benefits.
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Last month Bath and North East Somerset Council announced it plans to impose restrictions on the amount of student housing in the city.Read the full story ›
Staff and students staged a demonstration at Bath University over senior pay, despite the Vice Chancellor announcing she will step down.Read the full story ›
The stadium is actually leased from a trust called the Recreation Ground Trust.Read the full story ›
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Hundreds of people were drawn to Walcot Street in Bath last night for a Lantern Procession.
Groups from St Andrews Julian Road and Oldfield Park Junior School as well as Riverside Youth Centre, Holburne Gardner’s Lodge and other workshops built spectacular large & small lanterns.
There was also be music from The Ambling Band, performances from light staff artists, carols and a visit from The Mayor.
Bath Christmas Market has been presented with the Event of the Year award at NOEA’s 2017 Awards Ceremony.
NOEA, The National Outdoor Events Association is the UK’s leading outdoor events trade association and their awards are reserved for the very best in the industry.
Judges praised Bath Christmas Market saying it was the “best of Bath, well produced and internationally attractive, setting standards for other Christmas markets”.
Large barriers have been installed in Bath for the first time, ahead of the Christmas Market because of the increased terror threatRead the full story ›
Dame Glynis Breakwell earns nearly £500,000. A new report criticises the university governance and staff are calling for her to step downRead the full story ›
Councillors in Bath have voted to cap the number of so-called Houses of Multiple Occupation that are built in the city.Read the full story ›