There was a lot of work on display from people living on the Kennet and Avon. These beautiful moths, from Chris and Jinny of Skyravenwolf, for example.
I really loved this imaginary map of Wiltshire, called Myth, merriment, memories and murder by Emily Drake - a fascinating mixture of history, politics, personal experience, folklore and quirk, and I could have looked at it for ages.
The Avebury wishing tree, chalk horses, the devilish origins of Silbury Hill ...
... witchcraft (frog up a chimney in a little leather patch) in the White Lion Inn in Malmsbury, and the death by tiger of Hannah Twynnoy ...
... Stonehenge, leporidine shapeshifting and Barbury Castle.
Dru's latest edition of her map of the West End of the K&A canal is selling well. Maybe she'll produce a middling section after her jaunt to Hungerford.
There were two excellent collections of photos of travelling life too, and some short films showing in the basement. I was particularly fascinated by the story of Dave Sanger of Sanger's Stage Show. And you can see it too.
Even old biddies have technology these days.
Holloway by Stanley Donwood