Riffs on Home 1

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:: a catalogue of the exhibition of 1976 at the V&A entitled ‘A Tonic to the Nation’

:: a copy of JB Priestley’s ‘Festival at Farbridge’

:: walking from Lewisham Way to Bromley North Station on July 5th 2012 incorporating a number 47 bus journey from Bellingham to Downham Way

:: a photograph taken on 1st January 2009 of number 34 Bromley Gardens

:: Pallant House Chichester on 22nd August 2012

:: a walk from the bus stop at the bottom of Brownlow Hill to the junction of Edge Lane Drive & the M62 flyover

:: a memory of a playground of a middle school in Wallasey listening to prayers for those in purgatory

:: the line ‘Swerving east from rich industrial shadows. And traffic all night north’

:: a snap of Richard Burkinshaw in his grammar school uniform taken beside the vegetable plot of 27 Chapel Street Luton circa 1952

:: the entry sign of a car park behind Chells Way in Stevenage

:: reading Ephraim Lipson’s ‘The  History of the English Woollen and Worsted Industry’

:: Colin MacInnes

:: Labbi Siffre’s ‘It must be love’ heard in Victoria Underground

:: Francis Bacon’s ‘Three studies for figures at the base of a crucifixion’ 1944

:: Pimlico

:: Passport to Pimlico

:: a Frankie Vaughan Fan Club magazine

:: walking to Kennington Undrground from Iliffe Yard

:: Joe Harriott at Bromley Court Hotel

:: telling an elder at Elms Hall chapel that Jesus was my saviour

:: my first meeting of the Young Communist League

:: The Forsyte Saga

:: David Moore beneath the Scott Monument circa July 1961

:: a deckchair on Brighton beach Whitsun 1987


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