Monthly Archives: October 2011

Rupert Blunt

It was with huge sadness last week that we heard of the death of art dealer, bon viveur and all round good egg Rupert Blunt. Rupert was practically an institution in Walcot Street and will be sorely missed by his … Continue reading

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Favela

You may have seen me in the Chronicle last week grinning wildly as I accepted a cheque for five hundred pounds from the Song for Bath. That project was an enormous boost for the city’s budding songsmiths. My project gives … Continue reading

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Cheesy Dream

I had a truly horrible dream this week. Well, two dreams actually, as I woke up halfway, went back to sleep and the story continued. I read some research which said this is very rare, but I can assure you … Continue reading

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Flat Hunting

I’ve decided to downsize. No, I don’t mean going on yet another diet. I’m upping sticks and moving. I’ve done executive starter home, I’ve done quaint weaver’s cottage restoration project and I’ve done grand Georgian. Now I’m seeking an economic, … Continue reading

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