Bath At Work

Bath at Work: Andrew Hume, Puppeteer

Our series of photographic portraits by Neill Menneer shows Bath people at work I was born in Mitchum, Surrey. My father was a chemist and we lived above th...

Bath at work: Carole Banwell

Our series of photographic portraits by Neill Menneer shows Bath people at work. Carole Banwell General manager, Bath City FC I went to a convent sch...

Bath at Work: Matt Nolan, Cymbalsmith

I was brought up in Blackburn and had what would now be considered quite an old-fashioned childhood. Playing outdoors with go-carts, climbing trees, mucking ab...

Bath at work: Adrian Hamilton, actor

Our series of photographic portraits by Neill Menneer shows Bath people at work. PeregrinusRoman trader My name is Peregrinus and I am a freeman born in...

Bath at Work: Philip Raby

Our series of photographic portraits by Neill Menneer shows Bath people at work. Philip Raby, FilmBath Festival organiser I was born in the same town as...

Bath @ Work: Pete Brown

Our series of photographic portraits by Neill Menneer shows Bath people at work. Pete Brown, painter I had a wonderful childhood in Berkshire, running fre...

Bath @ work: Josh Pine, window cleaner

Our series of photographic portraits by Neill Menneer shows Bath people at work.  In this day and age, with all the distractions, challenges and negatives th...

Bath at Work:
Hazel Plowman

Our series of photographic portraits by Neill Menneer shows Bath people at work. Hazel Plowman, head of the creative learning programme for Bath Festivals ...

Bath @ Work: Mehmet Aydin, Tailor

Our series of photographic portraits by Neill Menneer shows Bath people at work. I grew up in Istanbul where most of my family were involved in the textile b...

Bath @ Work:
Alan Dun, Sculptor

Our series of photographic portraits by Neill Menneer shows Bath people at work.  Alan Dun, Sculptor Originally from Bristol, I first explored Bath and th...

Bath @ Work: Zita Alves – Fitness coach

Our series of photographic portraits by Neill Menneer shows Bath people at work. If you had told me 25 years ago, when I first came to Bath, that I’d be runn...