Part 2: A Living Museum Words and pictures: Ron Hewit No one set out to turn the smithy into a time capsule, it just happened. From the calendar forever stuck at July 1970 and its picture of Harlech Castle to the anvil that sits in front of the forge, now shrugged in a hessian sack […]
Many thanks to Neil Sentance for bringing this wonderful piece of writing to our attention. We’ll be running The Last Blacksmith in four parts: this is the first. Part 1: Looking Back Words and pictures: Ron Hewit The double doors to the smithy bear the marks of the passing years. Hundreds of nails hammered deep […]
Words and illustrations by Alice Stevenson, from her book, Ways to Walk in London. It is around midday on Boxing Day. My family and I head out for a walk in Richmond Park. It is colder than we imagined; I relish the chill on my cheeks and the wind seeping through my jeans onto my […]
Pike & Pisces. A season’s greeting from John Richardson at Two Terriers Press.
We’d like to draw your attention to the fact that two of our own, namely Ben McCormick and John Andrews (of Arcadia) have just begun opening their advent calendars. If you’re keen on vintage and antique fishing tackle for the soul then look no further than JA’s scrapbook page here. If it’s beer reccommendations you’re […]