Peter Fleming provides input on 'tree-hugging' in South Gloucestershire, and the process of adapting academic study for television's 'The History Trail'. He describes the processes explored whilst researching the Battle of Nibley Green, 'the last private battle fought on English soil'.
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Regional Historian Report on the Museum of Bristol Meeting
How much has the history of ordinary Bristolians been portrayed in the city’s Museums? Blaise House, it is true has some charming material about childhood and rural life and the Industrial Museum does look at the history of the industrial and port work force. Temporary exhibitions at the Bristol Museum and Art Gallery have also, at times, attempted to widen their usual focus on the Great and the Good. But these exceptions only prove the rule. For the most part, the lives of the mass of the city’s inhabitants, and the way the city itself has evolved —has been ignored.