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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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The Old Barn’s first theatre show: the final performance of Pigspurt’s Daughter

We’re no theatre critics but this was a great and memorable evening: beautifully constructed, really funny, and forcing us to think differently with different language, ideas and examples. Thank you for the writing and the performance Daisy Campbell, also for … Continue reading

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See a Land Rover – and the Roundhill – in a new light

The classic Land Rover restoration people at Arkonik have put the results of their Roundhill photoshoot on line – take a look.

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Building materials for proposed new storage space

We need more storage space by the barn. We could use a recycled container, we could do a shed. But the right material is local stone cleared off the land. A kind neighbour has offered to help us out with … Continue reading

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