I've posted some of this before but an update.
BATH - the historical Roman and Georgian city in North-East Somerset has a population of about 100,000 people and up until the 1990's had three congregations meeting in two of their own Victorian halls. Bought cheap - made nice and with lots of character and valuable.
In the early 2000's one of these congregations closed and was merged with the other two.
This summer 2018 the last Bath Kingdom hall in Oldfield Park (valuable property of course had two congregations and a Chinese group/congregation).
Now they have been booted out - renamed Bath West and Bath East to the nearby towns of Radstock (including the Chinese group) and Trowbridge to share there.
This means that residents of central Bath have to drive out if their own city over ten miles instead a mile or two or even on their doorstep.
Also - to have a city as historical and as prestigious as Bath with NO kingdom hall must be a real demoraliser on the ministry.
Even the Christadelphians have a hall in Bath ... here it is!