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  • Memoirs of a Black Englishman

    Paul Stephenson OBE is one of the leading black civil rights activists of his generation. It was in Bristol in 1963 that Paul and the black community took on the Bristol Omnibus Company that was refusing to employ black workers. The Bristol Bus Boycott was the start of a lifetime dedicated to challenging prejudice at all levels in society and improving opportunities for young black people particularly through sport, music and education. Paul has worked closely with many black role models to achieve this aim, including Muhammad Ali. Learn More
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  • 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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  • 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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  • Art & Sound of The Bristol Underground

    Art & Sound of the Bristol Underground takes you back to explore the art and sound of the 80s Bristol underground scene. Influenced by the New York hip hop scene -it's DIY ethos, sharp fashion and gang culture- which seemed the natural successor to the anarcho punk, weird funk and dub reggae mash that had prevailed on the Bristol alternative scene. Learn More
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  • Banksy Myths & Legends Vol. 2

    Another collection of unbelievable and incredible tales are brought to you by Marc Leverton. Featuring tales from Banksy's home town of Bristol and much further afield, this book explores the outrageous, improbable and implausible rumours that surround the anonymous street artist.

    Featuring full colour images of Banksy's works old and new, the new collection of rumours and half-truths in no way will enlighten you on the topic of Banksy fact.

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  • Fred Wedlock: Funnyman of Folk

    Fred Wedlock: Funnyman of Folk tells theᅠ story of Fred Wedlock's rise from the Bristol folk clubs of the Sixties to national fame as the Oldest Swinger in Town. Fred, who was also a well-known television presenter in the region, died in 2010 after a lifetime of entertaining around theatres, clubs and other venues throughout the West and beyond.

    In this first biography, written with the much-valued support of his widow Sue, John Hudson celebrates Fred Wedlock, a true Funnyman of Folk.

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  • 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
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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
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  • Bristol's Lost City

    This fascinating book examines Bristol's transition from peacetime to wartime, looking at how differently spaces within the city were put to use in these disparate contexts. Specifically focusing on a 30-acre site in Bristol that was originally transformed in 1914 for the Bristol International Exhibition and was then repurposed to house and train the many new volunteer soldiers after the outbreak of war. An intriguing insight into an often overlooked space in Bristol. Learn More
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  • Banksy Myths & Legends

    Banksy Myths & Legends is a book of tall tales, urban legends and the occasional true story that surround the anonymous street artist.

    Banksy has always been shrouded in mystery and this little black book by Marc Leverton embraces this! Filled with tall tales, urban legends and the occasional truth, this fully illustrated book explores the myths and legends that surround this anonymous street artist.

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