13 Sep 2017 | Radical Stroud

Bristol Doors Open Days

Bristol Doors Open Days The Merchants’ Hall indocilis pauperiem pati ‘One who cannot learn to bear poverty’ What did I learn about our ‘Island Story’ On a squally September rain-swept day, At the Merchants’ Hall, and Redcliffe Caves? Well, we fo...

10 Sep 2017 | Richard White

Sweet Waters: Soundings

Sweet Waters: Soundings from the walks Saturday 21 October from 13.00-16.00 Saltford Brass Mill The Shallows Saltford BS31 3EY an installation in sound and images Responses and resonances sense-ing legacies of slave-ownership in Bath and along the River Avon….visit the … Continue reading →

10 Sep 2017 | Elspeth Penfold

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Walking in the Footsteps of The HuguenotsAn artist led walk by Billie Penfold on Wednesday September 13th from 1-2 pmFrom Espacio Gallery to the London Wall Welcome back after the Summer breakThis walk is part of the exhibitionThe Republic of Brex...

10 Sep 2017 | 33 Temple

‘No holiday’ – Sewerby Cliffs, UK.

The summer break offered me the opportunity to take my 'No holiday' performance out of Hong Kong and the first location I found was the wonderful clifftop near Sewerby on the north side Bridlington in East Yorkshire, UK.Limekiln Lane, which runs down o...

09 Sep 2017 | Richard White. Walking. Social Media. Heritage - Blog

Workhouse Walks, return to the Workhouse. Gatherings at the Burial Ground 20 Sept

The current phase of the project comes to completion on Wednesday 20 September with the walk back from the Museum of Bath at Work to the former Workhouse and its Burial Ground. We will complete the last section of the 1856 route as we cross the golf course and make our way through the University of Bath car parks. A route littered with ironies!This is an all day walk starting with a 10.00 briefing at the Museum of Bath at Work.Join us at 16.30 or 18.00 at the Burial Ground on WellswayWe aim to b [...]

05 Sep 2017 | Walking a Grand Tour

Taking five trees on a walk

It felt a bit like taking my children on a journey. I had been looking after them for a couple of months, I saw them grow, get stronger, I left them in other peoples’ care off and on when I had to travel abroad and every time when I came back the first...

05 Sep 2017 | Play the City Now or Never

Walked and played YSP!

We’re back from a wonderful week of ‘walk & play YSP!’. Four public walks that were well attended in perfect end of Summer weather allowed us to really explore YSP. We will be thinking about the next stage of our project in coming...

04 Sep 2017 | Dérive app

Ready for Derive Day

September 9 is Derive Day. Join people from all over the world and discover your city in a more random way, like a game. Whether you’re in New York or New South Wales, Santiago or Shanghai, everyone gets the same tasks at the same time, with each...

03 Sep 2017 | Radical Stroud

Stroud Fringe Walk: Place, Space and Time

Beneath the pavement, the beach! For here we have a line of houses called Streamside, And up there, beyond the Fountain pub, Lies Springfield Road and a plethora Of constant, subterranean springs, Springs! The genius loci of Stroud … We walked down La...