A Journeyman Update

31 May 2017 // Miscellany

As you may’ve seen over on our Instagram yesterday, we’ve been receiving some rather special snail mail from our old pal Nick Hand. Each of these beautiful letterpress postcards is a product of Nick’s Journeyman project, which sees him cycling around the UK in pursuit of fellow artisan makers. You can read more about that […]

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February: a poem by Will Burns

31 May 2017 // Poetry

I could forget it all on evenings like this– your names, addresses, even our relations. Everything could be taken from me by the lights of the city in this kind of weather. The process has something to do with the buildings, but there is also the matter of all the people. How many there are… […]

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Richard Dawson – Peasant

30 May 2017 // Music

Peasant by Richard Dawson Released on Weird World / Domino on 2 June Review by Ben Myers There’s a moment in the pastorally-toned ‘Ogre’, the lead track of Richard Dawson’s new album Peasant, when his discordant strumming and cracked vocals shift into a falsetto that sings a nautical poetry in counterpoint to an elegiac chorus […]

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Coming to a Thankful Village Near You

29 May 2017 // Events //Thankful Villages

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Ancient Landscapes

28 May 2017 // Art //Landscape

Luke Turner delves into British Art – Ancient Landscapes, the Salisbury Museum exhibition bringing together 250 years of artistic responses to the British landscape. A still from the Derek Jarman film ‘A Journey To Avebury’ The landscape around Salisbury is some of the most resonant in England, not despite the heavy interference of humans over […]

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