Monthly Archives: September 2015

Thx, Banksy and Weston-Super-Mare

I had said that Weston-super-mare was an easy sea-side place to meet, but it took Banksy’s Dismaland to get the three of us there from Pontypridd, Bath and Swindon.  (If you live in Bath or Swindon, sea air is a … Continue reading

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Dilys Jackson at Art Central

Art Central, Barry’s gallery space in the Town Hall, is a big and airy and Dilys Jackson‘s artworks covering 70 years filled it gloriously for a popular opening. Retrospectives are always interesting because you can see new sides to an … Continue reading

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Getting ready for autumn: a horsey post

The horses are enjoying this September sunshine and the tasty grass it brings.  Today, by nine o’clock, some of our happy herd were ready for the first sleep of the day.  Others were still topping up. My horse Bo was … Continue reading

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Around Efail Isaf: the Community Route

The community route which runs beside the Church Village bypass makes an easy circular walk from Efail Isaf of about three miles.  The trees and shrubs planted to fit with the environment and the views over the rough grazing of … Continue reading

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