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Building the Kelston Barn: a chorus for eight voices

first  voice  Ice broke this land to life, this humpbacked hill, water split it open and drank the light, wind blew these trees out of kilter, their lanky limbs boxing like love-struck hares. second voice The land stretched out like … Continue reading

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Kelston Records: three events coming up at the Old Barn

Three Kelston Records events coming up at the Old Barn on Kelston Roundhill: Sat 7 Oct: Eyebrow; Kolophon: a duo of duets with video art by Kathy Hinde. Eyebrow is the duet of Pete Judge (trumpet) and Paul Wigens (drums). … Continue reading

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Calling all twitchers: bird life on Kelston Roundhill

One thing we don’t know well is the bird life on the Roundhill. So we’re grateful to environmentalist David Goode for sending us this list of birds he observed during the Quaker day of quiet. Kestrel Raven Crow Magpie Robin … Continue reading

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“Walking into Words” Bathscape writing workshop with Sue Boyle

Today Tessa Strickland and Sue Boyle organised a “Walking into Words” writing workshop up at the Old Barn. It was part of B&NES’ trial Heritage Lottery funded “Bathscape” programme to celebrate the landscape around the World Heritage City. The writing workshop … Continue reading

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Barrow’s Style: the overgrown hedgerow

Many years of benign neglect have made the hedgerow in Barrow’s Style fascinating. Cut and laid hedge has grown to the size of mature trees; saplings have knotted themselves into each other. Ivy thicker than a young tree has merged … Continue reading

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Kelston Roundhill from Saltford, by Rick Crowley

From pictures of Saltford by Rick Crowley,  via Pictures of England  

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Seen from Ashton Court, Bristol

Roundhill from Ashton Court Deer Park, Bristol. Credit – the excellent Amy’s Antics account on Flickr. (Can’t  comment without logging into vile Verizon-owned Yahoo!)

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