Monthly Archives: April 2013

Pilton Tithe barn: how to do a barn roof properly

A Friend sends a picture of the Pilton Tithe Barn. So much more spacious than flat beams It was newly reroofed in 2005 after a fire 40 years earlier. It was purchased with a benevolent grant from Glastonbury Festival’s Michael … Continue reading

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Fragments of Kelston Roundhill social history: Lindsay Smith; Nadia Cattouse

Two odd bits of social history: the human side of the old county council, and a link with a 1960s folk album. First a lovely story about Kelston Roundhill: Lindsay Smith, an Avon County Council planner, fretted that all the … Continue reading

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