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Listen up! Kelston Roundhill provides stage to host first aural diversity concert

Kelston Records is putting on the first Concert for Aural Diversity (6 July at the Old Barn on Kelston Roundhill). A concert for aural diversity entails music specially composed and performed for people with different states of hearing, including various stages of deafness. Andrew … Continue reading

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Cutting and laying to renew the Old Barn hedge

Our neighbour Gerald did some beautiful cutting and laying over the holiday period. Thisnis mainly ash, so may well be susceptible to dieback and may not last. So we plan to check out the sales with a view to underplanting … Continue reading

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Drawn Back – a new poem by Jon Hamp

Drawn Back It is not dug with pick and spade something buried, not man made. Something older, something still, rooted hard there, under hill. A murmur made to draw us back footfall soft on winter track.

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Special weather for the working party up at the Old Barn today

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Late November – poem by Jon Hamp

Dark to the north and out on the flats, Dark as ravens asleep with bats, Dark as the bottom of church cellar mats, Dark to the north and dark on the flats.

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Kelston Roundhill as seen on superb new 3D Geology of Britain service

A 3D rendering of the geology of Kelston Roundhill towards Bristol, showing the Avon on the left and Lansdown escarpment (yellow, right). The British Geological Survey has a superb new “Geology of Britain” service offering 3D visualisation of the geology … Continue reading

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Kelston Winter Hurt – new poem by Jon Hamp

Kelston winter hurt Branch back Earth black Colour in dirt. Broken light Fence wire tight Life inert. Light cuts Wind shuts Winter hurt. Words and photo by Jon Hamp.

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