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Diary date: CelebrationEarth! southwest: Kelston Roundhill Sat 19 Sept 2020

National civil-society pre-COP26 celebration and call to action on the environment. After meeting the national organisers of CelebrationEarth! we’ve offered to host CelebrationEarth! southwest – a gathering to celebrate life and nature at Kelston Roundhill. It will celebrate local environmental … Continue reading

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Environmental humanities workshop in the Old Barn

Bath Spa’s brand new centre for environmental humanities held its kick-off workshop in the Old Barn on Kelston Roundhill yesterday. Led by Prof Kate Rigby, it’s the first such centre in the UK. They’re a distinguished and diverse group of academics: … Continue reading

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..from the Newton Park campus

When students at the UK’s finest liberal arts establishment Bath Spa University look out dreamily to distant horizons here’s what they see: Newton Park campus by Capability Brown. Photo of Kelston Roundhill by Prof Owain Jones

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“And did those feet…” Kelston vs Kelweston: calves or a church?

In part three of our conversation, Martin Palmer, director of the Alliance of Religion and Conservation, talks about how the Romans used local fossils, and interprets the Celtic origins of the name “Kelston”. Behind me is this stone here, part … Continue reading

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Kelston Roundhill today 29 April 2016

Photo by Tim Graham

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“It’s 3am on Moorland Road” by Jon Hamp

It’s 3 am on Moorland Road The lamplight strips the scene A trail of blood and bottles Shows where the tribe has been A fox shakes his head from the alley and slowly takes his bow It’s 3 am on … Continue reading

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Tim’s new “Kelston Roundhill” Flickr group

Tim Graham has started a new Kelston Roundhill Flickr group with a dozen terrific images. He writes Kelston Roundhill is one of my favourite places & I’ve been somewhat of an amateur photographer for the last 2 years so I’ve tried … Continue reading

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