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  • Adge: King of the Wurzels

    The very first biography of Adge Cutler's life, this books brings him vividly back to life, not only in his eight crazy Wurzels years but from early days in his beloved Nailsea to the lively camaraderie of Portishead B power station's labourers, the thriving Bristol jazz and folk scenes of the Fifties and Sixties and his spell as Acker Bilk's 'worst roadie in the world'. Learn More
    £12.00

  • Explore Bristol on Foot: Victorian Clifton

    Welcome to elegant Victorian Clifton and stroll through the gardens of stately Victoria Square, taking in the grand houses built for Bristol's successful Victorian entrepreneurs and learn about a boy, a bat and a remarkable sporting record.

    This family-friendly walking guide is the perfect day out or way to explore Bristol in a way you will not have before.

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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

  • I Prefer Cider Mug

    There's nothing wrong with tea, but cider is superior. Learn More
    £12.00

  • Explore Bristol on Foot: Cliftonwood

    Explore Bristol on Foot: Cliftonwood As the name suggests, for many centuries the slopes below Clifton, down to the River Avon, were wooded. In the Middle Ages Cliftonwood was home to much wildlife and, until stopped by their bishop, the monks of St Augustine's Abbey (now Bristol Cathedral) ran a pack of hounds there.

    Jullia Killingback and Michael Pascoe discover the hidden delights of present-day Cliftonwood, its fine Georgian terraces and impressive halls such as Goldeney House. Includes quiz, history maps and quirky facts.

    The full circular walk is about three miles long and should take about 2 hours 15 minutes to complete, but you can join it at any stage.

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    £7.99

  • Proper Job T-Shirt

    Celebrate the Bristolian dialect with a beast T-shirt, available in Small, Medium, Large and XL Learn More
  • Thatchers Then and Now: The Story of a Cidermaking Family

    James Russell traces the history of Thatchers cidermaking from its beginnings to the present day. The modern generation of Thatchers have established themselves as leading family cidermakers with a reputation for producing a wide range of ciders of the highest quality and for breaking new ground in the development of orchards while caring for the land that produces the finest cider apples in the world. Learn More
    £25.00

  • 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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    £12.00

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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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  • 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
    £5.99

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