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The Conscience of our City

 04/03/2016

“One of the many things I’ve learnt is that our suggestions for the preservation and betterment of Bath often take considerable time – years – to come to fruition. Conversely, sometimes we can make an important and immediate impact, such as our work behind the scenes with Network Rail to install appropriate railings and fittings through our World Heritage Site." - Edward Bayntun-Coward of George Bayntun bookshop and chairman of the Bath Preservation Trust 

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The Conscience of our City: The chairman of the Bath Preservation Trust, Edward Bayntun-Coward, reflects on his ten-year tenure as he stands down. Edward Bayntun-Coward owns and manages George Bayntun bookshop and bindery in Manvers Street. He chaired Bath Preservation Trust’s architecture and executive committees before being elected chair of trustees in 2006. This month Edward will become High Sheriff of Somerset.