Anna Hughes

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A right to protest

On July 20, 2018, Posted by , In Politics, With No Comments

It starts as soon as I step off the train. The platform is full of people holding banners, who had escaped my notice as I sat in the carriage reading my book. Placards are held downwards, at rest, hiding, shy, slogans upside down. I suddenly wish I were clutching something…

Gorge to gorge ride

On July 7, 2018, Posted by , In BAM,Cycling, With 1 Comment

Since I made Bristol my home almost a year ago I’ve been keen to ride out to Cheddar Gorge, that tourist attraction and cyclists’ mecca. I have a vague notion that I visited as a child, but the gorges and caves of Britain fade after a while into one blurred…