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  • The Enigma of Hugh Holmes Gore Bristol’s Nineteenth Century Christian Socialist Solicitor (BRHG book)

    The Anglo – Catholic convert to the left, Hugh Holmes Gore, was a key figure in Bristol’s labour movement during the last two decades of the nineteenth century. Gore linked Clifton Christian Socialists, morally concerned about the poverty and suffering caused by economic depression, with the working class revolutionaries in the Bristol Socialist Society. Learn More
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  • The Naked Guide to Bath

    All you need to know about the city of Bath's must-see sights and attractions! With in-depth historical knowledge and local insight alongside up to date listings of the best food, drink, bars and restaurants that Bath as to offer. Learn More
    £9.95

  • Catacombs of Terror!

    Back in print at last! Stanley Donwood's pulp fiction classic, originally published in 2002. This is a limited first edition of 1,000 copies. Learn More
  • Catacombs of Terror! Screenprint

    Limited edition of 100 screen print of the cover of Catacombs of Terror! measuring 365mm by 530mm.

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    £40.00

  • Me, Myself & Eye: A Memoir

    You might think that a memoir written by someone suffering from one of the rarest conditions on the planet would be heavy going – not Me Myself & Eye. Dan Jeffries tells his story with humour and with a dramatic flourish. Learn More
    £9.99

  • I Eat Swans mug

    Hand decorated and fired in a kiln in the heart of the People's Republic of Stokes Croft, no Royal mug collection is complete without it.. Learn More
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  • Fat Man to Green Man: From Unfit to Ultramarathon

    An honest and light-hearted chronicle, Fat Man to Green Man is the tale of one forty-something man's journey from fat to fit, and everything that came between the two. Far from being an elite athlete with superhuman running abilities like the ones he read about in books, Ira Rainey was an overweight and unfit slacker who felt a bit sorry for himself because he had sore feet. That was until a friend was diagnosed with terminal cancer and given months to live. It was to be an event that would push Ira to tackle his apathy towards life and take on the challenge of becoming an ultramarathon runner, pushing himself to go further than he had ever gone before. Learn More
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  • Glastonbury Festival Myths & Legends

    Since 1970, a combination of ley line energy, cheap Somerset cider, loud music and mind-altering drugs have fostered an aura around Glastonbury Festival that seems to nourish the creation of rumour, gossip and legend. As you try to distinguish the factual from the fanciful, remember, truth is sometimes stranger than fiction. Especially after an afternoon at The Cider Bus... Learn More
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  • Bristol Riots: Stokes Croft vs. Tesco

    Documenting the unrest of 2011, when riots broke out in Stokes Croft, Bristol, this book features both amateur and professional photography of onlookers as the events unfurled. Learn More
    £12.00

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  • Tony Benn Mug

    PRSC tribute mug to the great socialist and former Bristol MP Tony Benn, featuring Benn's trademark pipe and the quote "Hope is the fuel of progress and fear is the prison in which you put yourself".

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