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Stopping to take stock

For the past few years I’ve had what people call a ‘portfolio career’. As well as writing, I’m a consultant, an external examiner and a creative writing tutor.  854 more words

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Upfest 2017 - Fawn Mead - recovering through art

Fawn is a new artist on the Bristol scene. The lovely geometric patterns in her colourful work had humble beginnings as an anxiety management tool and have since become a defining feature in her work. 272 more words

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RockStar Persona Dorian Phoenix alterviewed for the first time in The Sewers!

RockStar Persona 1st Alterview, where Dorian Phoenix talks about what Rats at Dinner are about and denies passing out off stage at Wembley

Rock star Dorian Phoenix, frontman of Rats at Dinner, we’re so excited to have you here. 2,114 more words

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Glastonbury police on the lookout for for suspected credit card thief

GLASTONBURY – Police in Glastonbury are asking for the public’s help to identify a suspected credit card thief.

Police released surveillance images of a woman who they believe used someone else’s credit card to buy $7,000 worth of goods. 21 more words

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Glastonbury grime artist Solo 45 charged with rape

A British grime artist has been charged with two counts of rape.

Andy Anokye, who goes by the stage name ‘Solo 45’ is part of the Glastonbury headliners ‘Boy Better Know’. 122 more words

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Glastonbury Food Guide 2017

Another year, another Glastonbury Festival food guide. This year’s edition features both new and old favourites, from spicy Thai and paella to pie and mash. Although this year’s festival was missing a few classics (namely Yeo Valley Yoghurt and the much missed Tapas breakfast), I still managed to scout out some tasty new dishes. 301 more words

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Police promote preventative measures after recent wave of car break-ins

GLASTONBURY —  The town of Glastonbury is warning residents to be cautious following the recent rise of vehicle, burglary thefts.

Recently, a video released on the town’s website… 240 more words

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