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Kelston Roundhill now open for activities with Moving Mountains

You can now enjoy a range of outdoor activites for young people and adults on Kelston Roundhill. Activities include archery, orienteering, woodcraft, survival and bushcraft. They’re organised by Dan Spencer, founder of the outdoor skills business Moving Mountains. Dan and … Continue reading

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Kelston Roundhill in summer by Paul Jackson

Limited edition prints available: more info here. Or drop into PencilTree studio at 5 Cleveland Terrace, Walcot Street Bath. More of Paul’s work at Saatchi Gallery

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Historic Ordnance Survey maps of Kelston and surrounds

Nice visit this morning from map collector John Hancox, who is decluttering and kindly delivered a selection of relevant historic local maps to the door. Based on surveys from the 1880s showing buildings, springs, field boundaries, antiquity sites and trigpoints … Continue reading

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Kelston summit on the potential for social prescribing

We were delighted to welcome the West of England Nature Partnership (WENP) and guests last week for a day-long workshop on social prescribing. The group included occupational and mental health therapists, psychiastrists and social workers and representatives of nature and … Continue reading

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Song of the golden gantry

We are wind stealers, sun thieves, We are Reapers of Light. We claw in each whisper we harvest the light. We build up a store To hold fast, when the night, falls hard on our greed and puts wisdom to … Continue reading

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Wind array trial consultation now closed

Thanks for all input to the preliminary wind array consultation, which is now closed. We’ll publish a summary of overall results shortly and share it with the local authority. You’re still welcome to contact us by email with any comments … Continue reading

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Keynsham paper writes up Kelston wind array trial

Thanks to TheWeekIn, which circulates 16,000 copies in Keynsham, for a thoughtful write-up on the wind array trial – see p13. The consultation will run to 13 Nov; then we’ll take stock.

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