Monthly Archives: February 2020

Sun sets on first stage of our renewables trial

Is the wind array beautiful? We had mixed feedback. One said prayer wheel, another said carbuncle. Some prefer traditional turbines. This photo by Tim Graham shows the unpainted wind array catching the last rays of the sun as the moon … Continue reading

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Prototype wind array disassembled for assessment

The prototype wind array on Kelston Roundhill suffered damage in storm Ciara during the night of 9/10 Feb. The array was taken down over a few hours on 10 Feb. Engineers are now assessing the damage and conducting an investigation. … Continue reading

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Retreats and quiet days now available at Roundhill Barn

Roundhill Barn has become a member of the Retreat Association, the national organisation supporting retreats. We’re happy to expand our offer of facilitated and catered days of quiet. As the Retreat Association puts it A retreat is exactly what it … Continue reading

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New gallery of wind array images commissioned for planning application

Based on the specifications and recommendations set out in B&NES’ pre-planning process we commissioned and just received a series of images of the prototype wind array for the planning application proper. These are taken after the new matt grey powder … Continue reading

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Celebration Earth plan: let’s join in!

This embyonic CelebrationEarth sounds like our sort of plan: an inclusive multi-faith celebration of life and nature. First aired on BBCR4 in January, it’s yet another brainchild of Martin Palmer, whose charity ARC was for many years based in Kelston … Continue reading

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