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Matt’s illustrations to go with the poem assembled by Sue

On Saturday 24 March Sue Boyle is leading a Kelston-themed poetry session at BRSLI. Matt Prosser put together these images to go with it.

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Roundhill from Primrose Hill March 2018

after the mini-beast from the East, March 2018. Taken from just under Beckford’s Tower. and with sledders:  

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Only with love: gentle care in death (workshop Sun 29 Apr)

Claire Turnham, founder of OWL (“Only with love”) Family-Led  Home Funerals, is offering a one-day workshop at Kelston Old Barn for individuals, health professionals and community groups who wish to offer support to families around the time of death. Claire … Continue reading

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Helpful wintery pointer: coffee, cheese and a warm pint this way

Just what you need on a wintery day: a new sign helps walkers find their way down Cullimore’s Lane to the Old Crown pub, and Bath Soft Cheese cafe and shop in Kelston village. Thanks to Ed for making the sign, … Continue reading

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Robert MacFarlane’s word of the day – “numinous”

The author Robert MacFarlane today asks: have you had experiences of landscape/nature you would characterise as “numinous”? What/where were they, & what was the nature of the nūmen? He shares a “word of the day” via Twitter, and his word … Continue reading

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Welcome walkers! Leave no trace…

See below (click “Continue reading”) for basic guidance for visitors:

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Poetry and photos diary date: 24 March 2018 at BRSLI

There’s a new Building the Kelston Barn page on the Bath artists and writers blog. Sue Boyle plans a reading of the composite poem which we created last year as part of the Bathscape’s Walking into Words project. Follow developments … Continue reading

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