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  • Freedom Through Football: The Story of the Easton Cowboys and Cowgirls

    A history of the Easton Cowboys and Cowgirls radical sports club. Banksy played in goal for the Cowboys. Learn More
    £9.99

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  • Bristol Rovers Archive Volume 1: 1951-1991

    Bristol Rovers programme editor Keith Brookman and former club photographer Alan Marshall have delved into the Rovers' archives to uncover a wealth of pictures from the club's past which are now published for the first time in book form as The Bristol Rovers Archive Number 1: 1951-1991.

    The images cover the beginning of the club's Golden Era at Eastville when Bert Tann became manager and follow Rovers to the end of another spell of success under Gerry Francis at Twerton Park. They include action shots and many behind-the-scene pictures from the training ground and from social events.

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    £9.99

  • The Naked Guide to Cider

    Do you enjoy a glass of cider once in a while? Ever wondered about making a drop yourself? Well, the good news is that anyone can make cider - or perry, for that matter - and The Naked Guide to Cider is here to show you how! This book features insightful stories and tips from many of Britain's best producers and, for those of an adventurous nature, a guide to the cidermaking regions. Learn More
    £11.99

  • Bedminster Tobacco Women

    Using the stories told by 23 former workers in the Wills tobacco factories of Bedminster and Ashton, the book offers a glimpse into what life was like in the industry that dominated south Bristol. Published by Fiducia. Learn More
    £6.00

  • #34 100 Fishponds Rd: Life and Death in a Victorian Workhouse - revised and updated 2nd edition.

    Revised and updated second edition. Radical historians poring over old maps of East Bristol came across a disused burial ground at Rosemary Green close to the site of Eastville Workhouse at 100 Fishponds Rd. Over the following years a team of local researchers revealed that more than 4,000 men, women and children, inmates of Eastville Workhouse, were interred in unmarked graves in Rosemary Green from 1851-1895. This book is a summary of their research and a history of Eastville Workhouse in the Victorian period. Learn More
    £9.00

  • Bristol Rovers Archive Volume 2: 1991-2001

    Taking up where the previous volume left off, this latest book from the Bristol Rovers Archive tracks the highs and lows of the club from 1991 to 2001: a remarkable slice of football history.

    Bristol Rovers programme editor Keith Brookman has collaborated with former club photographer Alan Marshall to look back at a decade in the life of Bristol's oldest professional football club. So much happened during those 10 years and the photos contained within these pages offer only a tantalising glimpse of some of the players and events that are now consigned to the club's illustrious past.

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    £9.99

  • #32 The Bristol Deserter

    Alfred Jefferies, from St Philips in Bristol, was executed by firing squad in 1916 accused of being an Army deserter. This pamphlet by Geoff Woolfe tells his story and that of his brother Arthur, who was killed in action that year in the Somme valley. Learn More
    £3.50

  • Explore Bristol on Foot: Clifton

    Explore Bristol on Foot: Clifton is a walking tour that takes in Clifton's great mansions built by Bristol's wealthy eighteenth century merchants who lived there in order to escape the noise, dirt (and smells) of Bristol's then tidal harbour. ᅠ

    This guide will lead you to many well-known features including the stunning Avon Gorge and ᅠBrunel's world-famous Clifton Suspension Bridge. You can visit the historic and still-operating Camera Obscura; see the once-secretᅠ Rocks Railway; walk the Georgian terraces including beautiful Royal York Crescent; and discover the oldest building of all, now a pub, but once just the humble home of a cliff-top farmer.

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    £7.99

  • Riot! - The Bristol Bridge Massacre of 1793

    'Riot!' illuminates a darker moment in Bristol's history and vividly recreates the dreadful sequence of events that led to the Bristol Bridge Massacre in 1793. Compellingly written and meticulously researched 'Riot!' is presented in a lively and accessible style and is essential reading for anyone interested in local history or politics. Learn More
    £12.00

  • Adventure Rocketship!

    A magazine in book form, Adventure Rocketship! explores the theme 'Let's All Go to the Science Fiction Disco'. This is the very first issue. Mixing fiction, interviews and essays, it examines the intersection between science fiction, music and counterculture. With contributions from China Mieville, Jon Courtenay Grimwood, The Orb and cover design by Stanley Donwood (of Radiohead fame), this book is a work of art in itself. Learn More
    £9.99

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