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Wera Hobhouse

Liberal Democrat MP for Bath (9 Jun 2017 – current)

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Lord Robathan

Conservative Peer (9 Nov 2015 – current)

the Bishop of Bath and Wells

Former Peer (30 Nov 1996 – 31 Dec 2001)

the Bishop of Bath and Wells

Former Peer (18 Nov 2008 – 30 Jun 2013)

Mr Allen Bathurst

Former MP for Cirencester (27 Mar 1857 – 24 Feb 1878)

Hon. Allen Bathurst

Former MP for Cirencester (13 Jul 1895 – 25 Nov 1918)

Colonel Frederick Hervey-Bathurst

Former MP for Wiltshire Southern (14 Feb 1861 – 6 Jul 1865)

Captain Sir Charles Bathurst

Former MP for Wilton (3 Dec 1910 – 25 Nov 1918)

Mr Charles Bathurst

Former MP for Harwich (1 Jul 1812 – 10 Feb 1823)

Mr Seymour Bathurst

Former MP for St.Germans (17 Jun 1818 – 13 Jun 1826)

Lord Foster of Bath

Liberal Democrat Peer (5 Nov 2015 – current)


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Scottish Parliament written answers — Environment: Environment (13 Aug 2001)

Rhona Brankin: The Bathing Waters (Classification) (Scotland) Regulations 1991, following the EC Bathing Waters Directive (76/160/EEC), require the identification of locations where bathing is not prohibited and is traditionally practised by a large number of bathers as bathing waters, for the purposes of the regulations. Exclusion from the list of identified bathing waters does not mean that a stretch of...

Written Answers — Environment Food and Rural Affairs: Beaches: EU Law (26 Nov 2007)

Phil Woolas: The Environment Agency has used its bathing water quality monitoring data from 2003 to 2006 to assess the compliance rate that might be expected in England under the revised Bathing Water Directive (see following table). These predictions are made on the assumption that no further action is taken to improve bathing water quality between now and when the first classifications under the revised...

Oral Answers to Questions — Coal Trade Dispute.: Pit-Head Baths. (28 Jun 1926)

Mr George Lane-Fox: At the 31st December, 1925, pit-head baths on the shower-bath principle had been installed for general use at 23 coal mines in Great Britain and were in course of installation at nine others. The total number of shower-bath cubicles comprised in these installations was 1,729, which, it may be assumed, would provide accommodation for about 17,000 to 20,000 men per day. These figures do not...

Scottish Parliament written answers — Environment: Environment (24 Feb 2000)

Sarah Boyack: Scotland has 60 bathing waters identified under the Bathing Water Directive. I have arranged for a copy of a map Bathing Waters Locations. Scotland’s 60 Identified Bathing Waters and the SEPA Report Scottish Bathing Waters 1999 Bathing Water Quality Results to be made available through the Scottish Parliament Information Centre. Both the map and the report provide the information you require.

Written Answers — Environment Food and Rural Affairs: Beaches: EU Law (20 Nov 2007)

Phil Woolas: holding answer 19 November 2007 The Environment Agency has used its bathing water quality monitoring data from 2003 to 2006 to assess the compliance rate that might be expected in England under the revised bathing water directive (see following table). These predictions are necessarily made on the assumption that no further action is taken to improve bathing water quality between now and...

Pit Baths. (16 Dec 1936)

Mr Gwilym Rowlands: I beg to second the Amendment, and I do so fully appreciating the importance and desirability of pithead baths. After having worked for 34 years in and about collieries, and having gone home hundreds of times in the condition which the hon. Member for West Fife (Mr. Gallacher) described, I naturally appreciate the importance and desirability of pit-head baths, and I am sure that every Member...

Written Answers — Environment Food and Rural Affairs: Beaches: Sunderland (6 Jul 2011)

Richard Benyon: .... Occasionally small amounts of sewage-related debris are found from storm sewage overflows. This is a minor problem and appropriate clean-ups are carried out. The EA monitors the quality of bathing water throughout the bathing season from May to September. Since 1995, Sunderland's designated bathing waters have always met the ‘mandatory’ bathing water quality standard under the...

Oral Answers to Questions — Coal Mining Industry.: Pit-Head Baths. (5 Apr 1927)

Mr George Lane-Fox: Excluding slipper baths, plunge baths, swimming baths and baths provided for officials only, 31 pithead bath installations had been completed by the end of 1926, and four were in course of construction. Three of the completed installations are in Scotland.

Oral Answers to Questions — Environment: Bathing Water (26 Jul 1989)

Michael Howard: The European Community's bathing water directive was adopted in December 1975 and gave member states two years to identify suitable bathing waters. By May 1979, no bathing waters had been identified by the then Labour Government. By May 1989, 403 coastal bathing waters had been identified. A full list of the identified bathing waters has been placed in the Library.

Written Answers — Environment Food and Rural Affairs: Beaches: EU Law (26 Nov 2007)

Phil Woolas: The Government are not proposing to exempt any designated bathing waters from meeting the 'sufficient' classification under the revised Bathing Water Directive (rBWD), since they expect that all bathing waters will achieve the 'sufficient' classification by the end of the 2015 bathing season (following the introduction of measures to improve water quality in the catchments of bathing waters...

Private Business.: CHAILEY RURAL DISTRICT COUNCIL BILL (By Order). (7 May 1934)

Mr Robert Bourne: I am afraid the hon. Member is not correct. Under existing practice, where there is more than one bath the first bath is free, and the house having one bath is not charged. Under this Bill the house having more than one bath will be liable to a maximum charge of 20s. in respect of one bath and 20s. each in respect of the others.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Bathing Waters: Bathing Waters (4 Apr 2002)

Allan Wilson: The Bathing Waters Review Panel was convened by The Scottish Office specifically to review nominations for the 1998 round of bathing water identifications. The Scottish Executive has no plans to reconvene the panel. We consulted widely when preparing the Bathing Waters Strategy, including all parties with an interest in bathing waters. The European Directive on Bathing Waters does not...

Scottish Parliament: Bathing Water Quality (4 Dec 2003)

Bruce Crawford: It would be churlish not to acknowledge that considerable improvements have been made in bathing water quality—the minister has already mentioned them—but even bathing water gets mired in smoke and mirrors. On 23 September, the Executive published on its website a press release with the big banner headline "Best ever bathing water results". The press release goes on to talk about "95 per...

Scottish Parliament written answers — Environment: Environment (30 Sep 2008)

Michael Russell: In March 2006, Scottish ministers published the strategy, "Better bathing waters: meeting the challenges of the revised Bathing Water Directive in Scotland". This included proposals for tackling litter pollution at designated bathing waters. Designated bathing waters are those beaches most heavily used by the Scottish public. Measures proposed in the strategy have since been implemented...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Oral Answers to Questions — The environment: Sewage Treatment Works (Dundrum) (4 Feb 2002)

Mr Sam Foster: During the 2001 season, the bathing water at Newcastle failed to comply with the mandatory coliform bacteria standards of the EC Bathing Water Directive. The Environment and Heritage Service monitors bathing waters at 27 locations around the coast of Northern Ireland. The monitoring results for the 2001 bathing season showed that the bathing water at Murlough Bay, which is the closest...

Oral Answers to Questions — Coal Industry.: Aitken Colliery, West Fife (Canteen). (13 Nov 1934)

Mr Ernest Brown: I am aware that the pithead baths at Aitken Colliery have no canteen. Canteens have been provided at only 64 of the 152 baths erected so far under the Mining Industry Act, 1926, the decision as to whether or not a canteen should be added to a bath installation at the cost of the Miners' Welfare Fund having been in the hands of the District Miners' Welfare Committees, which are the bodies...

Written Answers — Environment Food and Rural Affairs: Beaches: EU Law (22 Nov 2007)

Phil Woolas: The Environment Agency is the competent authority in England and Wales for monitoring and testing water quality at bathing waters designated under the European Bathing Waters Directive. In 1997, the Agency routinely tested water quality at 447 sites. This had increased to 494 sites by 2007. The Environment Agency takes approximately 20 water samples per site every year during the bathing...

Orders of the Day — Access to Mountains Bill.: Clause 6. — (General conditions.) (21 Apr 1939)

Mr Robin Turton: I beg to move, in page 9, line 35, to leave out from "water" to the end of the paragraph. The prohibition in this Clause deals with bathing. The promoters suggest that it should be a subject of a penalty if you bathe in non-tidal waters in contravention of a notice displayed near the water prohibiting bathing. My object is to keep the beauty of the country-side, and for that reason I want to...

Oral Answers to Questions — Scotland.: Physical Training and Recreation. (17 Nov 1938)

Mr Kenneth Lindsay: Grant aid under the Physical Training and Recreation Act has been offered in respect of 45 proposals of local authorities for the provision of new swimming baths (in one case two baths) and in respect of 14 proposals of local authorities for the enlargement and improvement of existing swimming baths. In addition, 23 proposals for the provision of new baths (two baths in each of two cases) and...

Business of the House: European Union (Finance) Bill (11 Jun 2015)

Ben Howlett: ...Deputy Speaker, for giving me the opportunity to speak in this debate and to make my first speech in the House of Commons. I would like to take this opportunity to thank the thousands of fellow Bath residents who voted for me at this election. To say that the past few weeks have been anything less than a whirlwind and one of the most humbling experiences of my life would be an...


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