*This blog is more personal than most, for reasons which will become clear, and I discuss some of the processes and motives behind this project. I will, however, get around to talking about the five Hampshire commons I visited in late October. If you’re not that bothered about me going on about myself, that’s quiteContinue reading “Commons in North West Hampshire: on process, personhood and Pill Heath.”
In the middle of 2022’s dry, bright, and occasionally alarmingly hot spring and summer, I chose a week of glum skies and drizzle for my field trip to visit Gloucestershire’s astonishing commons. My visit to the celebrated Minchinhampton and Rodborough Commons was on the glummest day of all – and yet the place crackled withContinue reading “Heritage as radical space – Minchinhampton and Rodborough Commons.”
Epping Forest is one of the most famous the UK’s commons and a great deal of ink has been spilled about it. It slices through East London from Zones 3 to 6 between the Central line and the Lea Valley, stretching around fourteen miles from Wanstead Flats in the densely populated area around Forest GateContinue reading “Slipping through the membrane at Epping Forest”
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