So, in five days, I scattered brochures over north, south and central Bristol, Thornbury, Clevedon, Weston-Super-Mare, Wells, Frome, Keynsham, Bath, Bradford on Avon, Corsham, and probably some other places I've forgotten. And I took some photos along the way. Here's a few of them.
Bristol City Centre
M Shed and Prince Street Bridge from the Mud Dock Café
Milsom Street, Bath
Union Passage, Bath
The Cellar, Clevedon - now a bistro, it used to be a chemists - at least I hope that's why these drawers are there ...
The Royal Oak, which belonged to my ancestors and was where my grandparents honeymooned. They married on 11th November 1918 and my grandfather had an extra day's leave from the army because of the Armistice.
Bristol Poetry Festival runs from 28th September to 6th October. Participants this autumn include Louis De Bernières, Prunella Scales, Sir Andrew Motion, Martin Figura, Helen Ivory, Rachael Boast, David Briggs, The IsamBards, and me. And if I didn't reach you with a papery brochure, here's a virtual one.