Tag Archives: Bristol

Book sculptures

Every now and then I stumble and obsess over something new: a concept, a publisher or a product of some sort. Most of these discoveries come about by pure chance – a newspaper article perhaps, a tweet or word of … Continue reading

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Festival of Ideas: Jonathan Safran Foer

I wasn’t entirely sure what to expect of this event as I have been a devoted carnivore my entire life. The closest I have ever come to being a vegetarian is living in the same house as my sister, who … Continue reading

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Indie bookshops #1: Bloom and Curll (Bristol)

This is a beautiful bookshop in one of my favourite areas of Bristol: the top end of Colston Street, near the ‘Christmas steps’ (another story). There is a kind of organic and independent vibrancy around these parts that can make … Continue reading

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It’s all in the name

As part of our attempt to fill in the time when our travels have come to a grinding halt, the theatre is always a nice escape. Hence, on Saturday, 26 June we decided to go to the Bristol Old Vic … Continue reading

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Chew Magna

Like clockwork, a bank holiday brings a required journey to the countryside or the beach. That’s just always how things have been done on our Fair Isle. So as not to disappoint we climbed into our trusty polo and headed … Continue reading

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