Monthly Archives: June 2019

Poem for Solstice by Jon Hamp

The Oak king and his circus folk They brought a marching band. And felt this barn, below these trees was the fairest place to stand. And Holly, the preacher who led them, As the summer light held sway. Removed his … Continue reading

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Bard of Bath’s Solstice event: poetry, storytelling and a Barn Dance on Kelston Roundhill

Thanks to Conor Whelan, the Bard of Bath, to Jon, Graham Tic and all the other poets, to Craig, Marick and the band and everyone who came.

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Wind array trial due to start on Kelston Roundhill in July

Kelston Tump LLP (the partnership of William, Klaus and Clare, the owners of Kelston Roundhill) has just authorised a small-scale test of a new prototype wind array half way up the hill. The Old Barn and the borehole providing water … Continue reading

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Guidelines for faith groups using Kelston Roundhill

Kelston clump on 1 June 2019, the start of Pride Month. One way or another Kelston Roundhill has always been and will always be a sacred spot. We’re not aware of any records surviving from Celtic or Roman times, but … Continue reading

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