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David Sorley posted this on 14th Mar 2012
Win a beautiful photographic print…
David has been around and about taking photographs of our site the old fashioned way… Film, not a memory card in sight.
We have three of David’s prints to give away. To be in with a chance of winning one of the three 10” x 8” prints, you need to answer the following question:
What is the name of the man who built the Druids Temple folly?
Clue…The answer can be found by having a nosy around our website.
The three winners will be announced on Friday 23rd March. Your information will not be used for any other purposes than the competition entry. Only one submission per person.
David Sorley posted this on 08th Jan 2012
The weather has continued to throw itself at us over the last month or so, you’ll be glad to know it’s done nothing to stop us! This is a little video snippet showing a snowy day back in December.
Shot by the lovely Giles from Box-head*.
Music by the ever talented Hunting Bears.
Beth Hardwick posted this on 24th Aug 2011
On July 28th I had an amazing labour - and gave birth to a gorgeous little girl, called Florie Briah. For 7 days we loved, kissed, played, learnt, lived, slept, fed, dreamt.
On July 28th I had an amazing labour - and gave birth to a gorgeous little girl, called Florie Briah. For 7 days we loved, kissed, played, learnt, lived, slept, fed, dreamt. On the seventh day our dear Florie got poorly very quickly and was flown to hospital.
The next day after a good fight, she left her body and us here on earth.. and she now is playing a new song in heaven. This has obviously been a real hit for us… a painful journey began and we are still in baby steps with our new song. But we are peaceful… and we are supported and loved.
Bivouac has taken a second seat for a while… not to say we are not giving the vision our attention… but maybe not as full as it was and will be again.
The Bivouac is an expression of many things we are and have experienced in losing Florie… I am looking forward to this place being somewhere where people leave better than when they arrived… whatever that looks like.
David Sorley posted this on 05th Jul 2011
We’ve been having lots of discussion about health and safety at the Bivouac.
We wondered what you thought of the Gever Tulley and his Tinkering School… We love it!
David Sorley posted this on 03rd May 2011
Lovely view from the south side
David Sorley posted this on 02nd May 2011
Oh, it’s the yurts!
Can’t wait until Spring 2012!
David Sorley posted this on 01st May 2011
So a few spots still need a tidy!
But there is always some treasure to be found.
David Sorley posted this on 30th Apr 2011
One of the many amazing standing stones at Bivouac Swinton
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