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  • The Banksy Q (Bansky vs Bristol Exhibition)

    Artist Katy Bauer from the People's Republic of Stokes Croft in Bristol handed out 3,500 pieces of card to people queuing for the Banksy vs Bristol Museum show in 2009. She asked them to draw or write something inspired by the queue and here we have more than 100 images by the queue and photography from inside and outside the Banksy show. Learn More
    £12.00

  • The Story of The Yard: Building a Community

    Photo-journalist Carrie Hitchcock tells the story of The Yard, a community-led, self-build housing development in inner-city Bristol.The book explores ideas of community, self-determination and the creative potential of resistance and incorporates practical tips and resources, as well as case studies to give an insight into the person or family who created each house. Learn More
    £9.95

  • An Abundance of Uncles

    Roy Gallop’s memoir looks back to growing up in the Chew Valley during the Second World War. Learn More
    £10.00

  • See No Evil: The Book

    See No Evil: The Book documents the complete See No Evil street art and graffiti event, including the block party and DJs and features profiles on all the artists and writers that took part. Learn More
    £20.00

  • Household Worms

    Stanley Donwood's second collection of short stories explores individuals rejected by and who reject mainstream society. Darkly humorous and existential in outlook, these morose tales are a must read. Featuring a beautiful debossed cover of Stanley Donwood's London Views work. Learn More
  • 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

  • Two To One: Bristol Rovers' Road to Promotion 2015/16

    Bristol Rovers programme editor Keith Brookman tells the 2015/16 promotion story in a match-by-match account. Learn More
    £9.99

  • Free To Be Me: Celebrating 21 Years Of Freedom Youth

    Freedom Youth was formed in Bristol in 1995 to support lesbian, gay and bisexual young people. To celebrate its 21st birthday Rosa Fanti and Lori Streich have explored Freedom’s roots and talked to workers past and present and to some of the young people who have benefited from Freedom. Learn More
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  • A Tragedy of Errors: The Story of Grace Murray, the Woman whom John Wesley Loved and Lost

    John Wesley's love affair with Grace Murray and the role that Charles Wesley played in preventing their marriage has long fascinated historians. John Wesley has previously been seen as the victim but in this new study, GM Best paints a picture of Grace Murray as a remarkable woman. Learn More
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  • Vice & Virtue: Discovering the Story of Old Market Bristol

    This history of Old Market concentrates mainly on the 20th Century and is based on an 18-month community project at the Trinity Arts Centre.

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